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Pacific Resident Theatre
between Oakwood Ave and Shell Ave 703 Venice Blvd Venice, CA 90291
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attended Apr 09 2011

I could easily have done without seeing this. The poster-image depicted that they use to publicize Julia, does not convey the tone, the mood or the content of the play. In reality, I found Julia extremely depressing & did not go in expecting it....continued

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Pacific Resident Theatre presents the world premiere of Julia, a new play by Vince Melocchi; Ovation-nominated author of Lions.

Directed by Guillermo Cienfuegos

Julia is a touching and tender examination of a 50-year-old love — lost and reclaimed — set against a modern urban backdrop.

Guilt is a powerful force. It can penetrate one’s entire life. And the drive to be freed from this burden can be great.

The sacrament of confession provides some relief.

This of course entails asking forgiveness of God. Asking forgiveness of another person can be infinitely more difficult.

Featuring Haskell Vaughn Anderson III, Richard Fancy, Marley McClean, Justin Preston Roses Prichard, and Keith Stevenson

Associate producer Dan Cole and Melody Fernandez

Stage manager Danille Burrie

Set design Norman Scott

Sound design by Guillermo Clenfuegos and Keith Stevenson

Lighting Design by William Wilday

About the Ticket Supplier: Pacific Resident Theatre

Based in Venice, California, Pacific Resident Theatre is a company founded by actors and dedicated to producing the classics, rarely performed plays, and the works of new writers.

During the last 25 years, PRT has won over 200 theater awards including the prestigious Margaret Hartford Award for continuous achievement in the small theater arena.