Play in the Box's FEEDING TIME Comes to Hollywood Fringe, 6/7-24
Play in the Box presents a FEEDING TIME, a world premiere dark comedy by M. Nasorri Pavone for the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2012, with previews June 7 and 8 at 8 p.m. and an opening night set for June 14.
Two RVs are parked on an empty lot on a suburban street a few blocks from the sea and a world famous boardwalk. Living in one is a crusty veteran in search of peace and a little breathing space. Out of the other steps an odd bird of a lovely but elusive woman. These two loners are drawn to each other, and their attempt at romance is set within the counter-culture life-style of RV dwellers and their reasons to keep ‘rolling.’
FEEDING TIME is a two-person play by M. Nasorri Pavone and directed by Don K. Williams. It features scenic, lighting and sound design by Michael Keith Allen. Michael Keith Allen and Toni Loppnow star.
M. NASORRI PAVONE (Playwright) is a poet and the author of two other full-length plays, Carnal Escapades and Side Dishes. Her children’s play, The Hansel and Gretel Revision was produced at the Westchester Playhouse, and her one act, My Fly Away Child was produced at West Coast Ensemble. As an actress she has been nominated for an LA Weekly Award in acting.
DON K. WILLIAMS (Director) is the Associate Artistic Director of Art of Acting Studio in Los Angeles where he staged their first two critically acclaimed productions: Waiting for Lefty and Marisol He has also served for the last three years as Associate Head of Acting for the Stella Adler Studio of Acting, NYC. He has directed extensively off-Broadway and holds an MFA from The National Theatre Conservatory.
Previews run Thursday & Friday, June 7th & 8th at 8pm. The show opens Thursday, June 14th at 7pm and runs Saturday, June 16th at 7pm; Sunday, June 17th at 3pm; Thursday-Saturday, June 21-23rd at 7pm; and Sunday, June 24th at 3pm.
Tickets are $12. The show plays at Art of Acting Studio, located at 1017 N. Orange Drive, Los Angeles, Calif. Purchase tickets online at www.hollywoodfringe.org/projects/922.