LA Premiere of God's Ear by Award-Winning Echo Theater Company
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The last date listed for God's Ear was Saturday February 18, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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This was an astounding play; the exploration of grief was so new, and so overwhelming that I cried from about the second line to the last. Wonderful performances - a cast of gifted, committed actors. A piece that defies description in terms of its...continued
Playwright Jenny Schwartz is a New York-based playwright and a graduate of Juilliard, where she received a fellowship in the Lila Acheson Wallace Playwrighting Program. God’s Ear premiered at New Georges in 2007, was subsequently produced by the Vineyard Theatre in 2008, and was a finalist for the 2007 Susan Smith Blackburn Award.
The design team includes set by Melissa Ficociello, lighting by Kristie Roldan, costumes by Jordan Bass, and sound by Drew Dalzell. Music direction is by Alex Mackyol, and Leia Crawford is the production stage manager. God’s Ear is produced for the Echo Theater Company by Lauren Bass and Chris Fields.
About the Ticket Supplier: The Echo Theater Company
The Echo Theater Company is a group of actors, writers, directors, and producers dedicated to developing and presenting the work of playwrights on all levels. The company has produced award-winning premiere productions of Bedfellows by Herman Daniel Farrell lll, The Median Strip by Richard Strand, Home Grown by Rick Cleveland, A Devil Inside by David Lindsay-Abaire, Bryan Davidson’s War Music (which won 2003 Ovation Awards for Best World Premiere Play and Best Ensemble, as well as being chosen by the Geffen Theatre to open its 2004 season), and Paul Zimmerman’s Pigs and Bugs.