Jesse Boy: A World Premiere Play by Robert Mollohan
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The last date listed for Jesse Boy was Friday June 25, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from Corrina L.
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Absolutely loved this play. But if you want a light-hearted, feel good play this is not the one for you. It is dark and extremely disturbing but it makes you think. I went on opening night where there was only 4 seats available to the public - the rest were reserved. So even though I did not have the "best" seats, I still had a good sightline and only had viewing problems with perhaps 2 small scenes. Chris Mulkin is sensational. Parking is plentiful and right outside the theatre. Dress is casual. What more can I say? You have to go and see this play.
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The actor who played Jesse was excellent, but the material was too lowbrow for me; lots of swearing and bad grammar along with some nudity to the point where I really didn't care what happened to any of them, except Jesse. If crude is your thing,...continued
A Southern Gothic tale of one family, trapped by its own tradition. The obsession with an American icon brings hope of salvation for them, as they continue to invest in the dream that American pop culture promises. Helmed by award-winning director Karen Landry and starring veteran TV and film actor Chris Mulkey, as well as Jaimi Paige, Robert Mollohan, Kathleen Parker and Zach Book, Jesse Boy is a world premiere sure to make an imprint on the Los Angeles theatre scene.