Little Fish Theatre Sets 2015 Season: PRIVATE LIVES, Shakespeare & More!
Little Fish Theatre today announced the eleven productions which will comprise the company's 2015 Season.
Pick of the Vine - Our thirteenth annual fabulous selection of very short plays, opens Jan 9
Taking Sides by Ronald Harwood - Investigative drama set in post-Nazi Germany, opens Mar 6
The Ladies Foursome by Norm Foster - Friends uncover secrets between greens, opens Mar 12
Oh, Baby by Monica Lewis - Love in the age of the ticking biological clock, opens Apr 24
The Doll by Miro Gavran - Experiencing virtual relationship, opens Apr 30
Private Lives by Noel Coward - Classic farce as only Noel Coward can deliver, opens Jun 12
And the Stones Will Cry Out by David Graham - Academic tries the rocky path to archaeological fame, opens Aug 7
Someone Who'll Watch Over Me by Frank McGuinness - Survivors talk through their hostage ordeal with humor and humanity, opens Aug 13
Henry IV, Part I by William Shakespeare - Masterpiece of politics and battle, opens Sep 25
Private Eyes by Steven Dietz - Farcical backstage antics make for dark comedy, Opens Oct 1
Ethan Claymore by Norm Foster - Sweet Christmastime romantic comedy, opens Nov 13
The plays were chosen for their remarkable range and balance of comedy and drama. Fascinating characters confront enormous challenges with life affirmation and humor, making for a highly entertaining mix of emotions and interactions.An impressive slate of talent is lined up to direct these plays, including Holly Baker-Kreiswirth, Cylan Brown, Stephanie Coltrin, Tito Ortiz, Danielle Ozymandias, Richard Perloff, James Rice, Margaret Schugt and Patrick Vest. Ensuring that every moment of the theatrical experience is sheer magic is Tara Donovan, the Managing Director at Little Fish Theatre.
Founded in 2002, Little Fish Theatre is a 65-seat playhouse on Centre Street in downtown San Pedro. Together, Lisa Coffi and Suzanne Dean, Company Founder and Producing Artistic Director and Associate Artistic Director respectively, deliver high-quality productions year-round to lovers of theatre from all over Los Angeles and Orange Counties.
Tickets can be purchased online at www.littlefishtheatre.org, by phone at 310-512-6030 or by text 424-226-6030. Popular packages of "anytime tickets" are available now and can be used at any Little Fish Theatre performance.