Psychic Utopia, created by Andrea Stolowitz and Jonathan Walters and developed with Hand2Mouth Theatre Company is receiving rave reviews!
"PSYCHIC UTOPIA is excellent. I loved the play, I loved the performance, and I loved the warm, connected-to-everyone feeling I've had ever since. This is the kind of immersive, visceral experience I go to the theatre for, and Hand2Mouth is uniquely talented at providing it...
This show will push you out of your comfort zone (one of the people I went with said she couldn't even see her comfort zone from where we were sitting). You should be ready to do a good deal of introspection and to share some things with others that perhaps you haven't even shared with yourself."
Psychic Utopia Runs through December 3rd at Hand2Mouth
Quiver by Jenni Lamb
For over twenty years, Adam and Diane (twin brother and sister) have spent a week at their cabin in Northern Michigan waking at dawn and heading into the woods armed with compound bows and coffee. After missing the last three years, Adam is desperate for the silence of the woods and Diane needs to fill her freezer with venison for the winter. The twins’ hunting plans are interrupted when Cassie (Adam’s wife) arrives with Pearl (Cassie and Adam’s daughter), who has been suspended from school for drinking. She also leaves Adam with the task of telling Pearl that their marriage is ending. Quiver explores our relationship to our surroundings and habitat, and our deep need to connect with nature. It also delves into the way we experience the end of relationships, childhood, and life itself.
Monday, November 27
QUIVER by Jenni Lamb
Monday, November 27, 8pm – 10pm
The Road Theatre
10747 W Magnolia Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91601, USA (map)
Teatro Vista Presents
By Stephanie Alison Walker
Directed by Teatro Vista's Executive Artistic Director, Ricardo Gutiérrez
An NNPN Rolling World Premiere
It's 1979 in Buenos Aires, Argentina where people are disappearing right off the street. The so-called "Dirty War" waged by the military Junta against its own people is in full-swing. Carolina and her mother Josefina are searching for their pregnant daughter/granddaughter, Belén, who has been missing for twelve weeks. When they receive a surprise visit first from a priest who is now the chaplain to the military at ESMA (one of the known concentration camps) and then by a soldier from the neighborhood who is also stationed at ESMA, they come up with a plan to try to see Belén one last time. Will it work? Will they be able to save her baby? Will they be able to save themselves.
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