SkyPilot Theatre Company To Premier KONG: A GODDAMN THIRTY-FOOT GORILLA, 10/20 - 11/25

SkyPilot Theatre Company To Premier KONG: A GODDAMN THIRTY-FOOT GORILLA, 10/20 - 11/25

In 1933, an expedition set out for the Indian Ocean, in hopes of creating the greatest film ever made. Instead, they brought back a giant captive gorilla. This was a terrible idea. KONG: A GODDAMN THIRTY-FOOT GORILLA is a genre-bending deconstruction/parody of the classic King Kong story, with commentary on the 1933 film, audience participation, dinosaur fights, and a very large ape on a very small stage.

Director Jaime Robledo wrote and directed WATSON: THE LAST GREAT TALE OF THE LEGENDARY SHERLOCK HOLMES, for which he was nominated for an Ovation Award for Direction, won Best Comedy Direction at the L.A. Weekly Awards and a Saturn Award for Best Stage Production. He has also directed the Ovation Honors winning STONEFACE: THE RISE AND FALL AND RISE OF Buster Keaton, the Ovation Honors winning world premiere of Adam Szymkowicz’s Hearts Like Fists, the West Coast Premiere of Jennifer Haley’s Neighborhood 3:Requistion of Doom (Ovation Nominated) and the West Coast Premiere of Tallgrass Gothic.

Adam Hahn is a resident playwright at SkyPilot, which has premiered several of his short works, as well as EARTHBOUND, a musical for which Adam collaborated with composer Jonathan Price and lyricist Chana Wise, in June 2012. (LA Weeklys “Pick of the Week”) His play Feedback Loop premiered at the 2010 Hollywood Fringe Festival. His ten-minute and one-act scripts have been produced by theatres across the United States. Adam holds an MFA from the Hollins University Playwright's Lab.

KONG stars Eric Curtis Johnson, Sara Kubida, JR Esposito, Morry Schorr, Arden Haywood, David Caprita, Germaine De Leon, Samantha Macher, Kareem Cervantes, Nathan Wellman and Zelika Chante.

The show takes place on October 20 through November 25, 2012 at  T.U. Studios, 10943 Camarillo St. North Hollywood, CA 91602. Showtimes are on Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 7pm. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at or at 800-838-3006.

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