Little Fish's UNDERNEATH THE LINTEL Opens 3/12
Little Fish Theatre today announces the opening of the third show of its thirteenth season, UNDERNEATH THE LINTEL, by Glen Berger.
If curiosity killed the cat, what will befall a perennially inquisitive librarian, who sets forth to understand what would compel anyone to return a library book more than 120 years late? His perseverance takes him across countries and centuries, providing captivating and hilarious one-man theatrical entertainment.
Back by popular demand, David Graham plays the eccentric and indomitable, yet completely disarming librarian - now for the third time at Little Fish Theater. "The magic in this show is the profound discoveries that can emerge from the most inconspicuous of places," notes Graham. "Many people have seen it more than once, and often audience members tell me they are driven to pursue curiosities of their own because they can't stop thinking about this play!" Graham, a popular member of the Little Fish Theatre company, was featured in THE WEIR and LOOKING in the 2013 season.
The show will be directed by another Little Fish favorite, Patrick Vest. Vest recently directed CHAPTER TWO at Little Fish Theatre, to critical and audience acclaim.
UNDERNEATH THE LINTEL will run Wednesdays and Thursdays March 12 through April 3 at 8pm. The run includes a Sunday matinee at 2pm on March 30, after which the creative team will be available for 10 to 15 minutes for post-show discussion with the audience.
Founded in 2002, Little Fish Theatre presents classic and contemporary plays in an intimate setting on Centre Street in downtown San Pedro. Producing eleven plays each year for a one-room 65-seat venue, Little Fish delivers the quintessential close-up theatrical experience, where audience and performers share space and sight-lines, making for eruptive laughter, highly-charged action and palpable emotion.