Honey Brown Eyes Makes its West Coast Premiere at The SF Playhouse
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The last date listed for Honey Brown Eyes was Saturday November 5, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Set in Los Angeles in the late 1940s, City of Angels tells the story of a novelist struggling to… More
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Featured review from Rodney AndersonRed Velvet
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An interesting look at a very brutal war. There were periods where there wasn't a lot of movement which made it drag at that point but I saw a preview and it still needed to gel. The performances were very good but still needed a bit of time to develop. Should get better with time thought it's a very tough play to sit through.
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I can't say I enjoyed this play, but I was very moved. We were in the first row, and felt like we were there. The acting was so phenomenal, I almost jumped up to stop what was happening. I don't know who the leading man or leading woman were,...continued
About the Playwright
Stefanie Zadravec is a writer and actor living in Brooklyn, NY. Her plays have been produced and developed at The Kennedy Center, The Women’s Project, Theater J, The Barrow Group, Bay Street Theater, Vital Theater, The Phoenix Theater, Theater of the First Amendment and The Working Theater. Honey Brown Eyes (Working Theater, Theater J) won the 2009 Helen Hayes Award; Save Me won the The Phoenix Theater’s National Playwriting Award and The Carol Weinberg Award. She received a Dakin Fellowship and a Williams scholarship to the Sewanee Writer’s Conference and is published in two Playsource anthologies. Stefanie received NYCWAM’s 2011 Women’s Collaboration Award for The Electric Baby. She is a 2010-2011 Playwrights Realm Writer Fellow and Dramatists Guild Fellow. She is also a member of the 2010-2012 Women’s Project Lab and a writer in residence with Theater 167.