It Goes Like This: New Drama From Hollywood Veteran Jack Betts
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The last date listed for It Goes Like This was Sunday May 5, 2013 / 3:00pm.
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At one point or another, everyone in L.A. overhears one of those too-ridiculous-to-be-real Hollywood conversations -- two movie execs arguing over the pay rate for a dog's stunt double or a 16-year-old starlet demanding more down time for "contemplation." Through a series of comedic sketches, the new show L.A. Deli captures all the absurdity, hilarity and devastation of show business in its rawest form -- among the patrons of a Hollywood delicatessen. It's Hollywood on rye, with a side of bullshit, betrayal and laughs. Learn More
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Highly recommended. Some new-show technical difficulties couldn't diminish this powerful show, with several very fine performances. The surprises didn't shock either of us, but that isn't the point. Its an important story told in a way that seems accessible to a much broader audience than "the choir" - and that is rare. Definitely check this one out.
Quotes & Highlights
See the promotional YouTube video for It Goes Like This.
Douglas Gallegher, a four star general in the US Army who has been estranged from his homosexual brother for 30 years, receives word from a mysterious woman named Rowena Sinclair his brother has died. When Douglas meets with her to collect his brother’s personal effects, he finds out information that shakes him to the very core of his being, and challenges every idea of acceptance he has ever had.
It Goes Like This is being directed by Jack Betts, and stars Kevin McKorkle as General Douglas Gallegher, Laurie O’Brien as the mysterious Rowena Sinclair, Rachel O’Meara as Douglas Gallegher’s wife Colleece, the personal secretary to a prominent Senator, and their two sons Jason and Eric Gallegher, played by Justin Preston and Edan Freiberger, respectively, and is produced by David Bartlett.