Opening Night of Marilyn Monroe Theatre's L.A. DELI to Benefit Nancy Painter Home For Mothers With Children
The Nancy Painter Home for Mothers with Children, operated by experienced Salvation Army staff, is a community-based grass roots transitional housing program devoted to single mothers and their children who are homeless or in danger of becoming homeless. Hundreds of single mothers with children in the Los Angeles area find themselves without any financial support and facing homelessness due to loss of a job, a medical emergency, spousal abuse, or lack of child support. The Nancy Painter Home provides a stable and loving home environment for mothers and their children who find themselves in this situation. For up to two years these moms and their children will have the opportunity to bring stability and peace of mind to their lives. For more information, visit www.nancypainterhome.org.
Tickets for the opening night benefit performance of L.A. Deli are $100, which includes the performance, parking, and a post-show reception with the cast and creative team. To purchase tickets for this special performance only, call (818) 985-0111 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Nancy Painter Home is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and a portion of the ticket price is tax deductible as allowed by law.
L.A. Deli is a series of comedic sketches that take place in a Hollywood delicatessen giving the audience a wicked and hilarious look inside show business. The cast of outrageous, shameless, and sometimes certifiable characters includes movie and TV producers, writers, directors, actors, their wives, ex-wives, and a very patient waitress named Kathleen. Some of the events portrayed actually happened to the playwright, some to his friends, and some to people he just happened to be sitting next to at lunch.
The cast will feature (in alphabetical order) Rachel Boller, Scott Kruse, Jeffrey Landman, Gail Matthius, Phil Proctor, and Darrin Revitz. The set design is by Jeffery P. Eisenmann, lighting design is by Michael Gend, costume design is by Michael Mullen, music is arranged and supervised by Larry Grossman, sound design is by Chris Moscatiello, and the stage manager is Liana Dillaway. L.A. Deli is produced by Theatre Planners.
For regular performances of L.A. Deli, general seating admission is $30. The running schedule is Friday and Saturday at 8pm with matinees on Saturday and Sunday at 3pm through April 27 only. Tickets for all regular performances may be purchased online at www.plays411.com/ladeli or by calling (323) 960-7738.