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Open Fist Theatre
Between N. El Centro and Vine 6209 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90038
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arrive before the show begins no refreshments available try to sit in front
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0 stars
attended May 11 2011

This is a terrific evening at the theater. Sharp characters. Clever, clever plot. Humor. Some nice twists. And wonderful direction.

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3 stars
attended May 11 2011

Drive was so engrossing and entertaining. You really have to pay attention and it is well worth the effort. What a thought-provoking piece. The cast was flawless, the directing tight and the story has something everyone can relate to in some way....continued

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3 stars
attended May 11 2011

I don't see a lot of live theater, but I've seen some and I have to say this is one of the best plays I've ever seen. The acting is superb and the writing was consistently engaging and humorous at times. What seemed at first to be a...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

Lead actress Jane Hajduk has been married to actor-comedian Tim Allen since 2006.
Playwright Laura Black is a founding member of Playwrights 6. Further information about the organization can be found on its website
The other inaugural co-production from Playwrights 6 and Open Fist Theatre Company is Fernando Richardson’s Treacherous Brain by Monica Trasandes


Playwrights 6 and Open Fist Theatre Company are proud to present the world premiere of Drive, which tells the story of an ambitious woman who is involved in a near-fatal car accident and her attempts to piece together what actually occurred and the life-changing aftermath. Part tragedy, part comedy, part jarring dream, Drive examines the themes of deconstructions and reconstruction, denial, guilt and, ultimately, forgiveness. The play—told in a surreal, jarring fashion—is written and directed by Laura Black and stars Jane Hajduk, Beth Robbins, Susan Sommer, Barry Saltzman, AlgeRita Wynn, Allison Mattox, Coronado Romero and Joseph Beck.