Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit -- Last Week!
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The last date listed for Blithe Spirit was Saturday July 24, 2004 / 8:00pm.
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Following performances at New York's iconic Zipper Theatre, the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and in more than a dozen cities from Miami to Santa Fe, Dan Guerrero's ¡Gaytino! now comes to Los Angeles. This musical solo show is Guerrero's onstage memoir of sorts, in which he tells of his remarkable life journey from the streets of East L.A. to Broadway, and back west again to Hollywood. A father/son relationship and a treasured boyhood friendship drive this 75-minute autobiographical play through decades of Chicano history and the gay experience from a unique and highly personal perspective. Guerrero brings his two fascinating worlds together in riveting fashion -- from mariachi to Merman, from Sondheim to Chavez. Learn More
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Quotes & Highlights
“First rate…a gallery of excellent performances.” L.A. Weekly
“Splendid — couldn’t look better!” -L.A. Times
“A brilliant cast - a rare and great pleasure!" —Back Stage West Critic’s Pick
In Noel Coward’s razor sharp farce a couple’s elegant life is thrown into chaos when a medium summons a ghost from the other world. When it opened to London audiences in 1941, Blithe Spirit went on to become the longest running comedy in British theater History and the eccentric medium Madame Arcarti one of the best loved characters of the English stage.
Broadway and screen veteran Mary Jo Catlett (Hello Dolly, Serial Mom) plays the pivotal role of Madame Arcarti, fellow Broadway veteran Marsha Kramer (Peter Pan, Frasier) plays Mrs. Bradman with London’s West End veteran Richard Fox (Chigago, Titanic) in the role of Dr. Bradman. Anne McVey (Cats, Cabaret) plays Ruth Condomine, Tracy Powell (A Chorus Line, The Will Rogers Follies) Elvira Condomine, Nicole Dalton (Strangers with Candy, General Hospital) the Maid Edith and Nicholas Hosking (We Were Soldiers, Alias) Charles Condomine.
Running time: 120 minutes.
There will be an intermission.