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BWW Review: Director John DiFusco Salutes Returning Veterans in EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN

Director John DiFusco, himself a Vietnam Veteran, opened the world premiere of Rebecca Stahl's EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN on Veteran's Day 11-11-16 at the Hollywood American Legion Post 43, produced by Karl Risinger and Liberty Theater. The play tells the interrelated tale of four generations of vets, each dealing with their own difficulties, who collaborate to help a Lance Porter, a young veteran coming home from the war in Afghanistan. who is haunted by the loss and experiences that followed him back and are destroying his personal relationships and life as he knew it.
Vets to Bring Postwar Experience EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN to Liberty Theater

On Veteran's Day, the Hollywood American Legion Post 43, Liberty Theater will present the world premiere of Everything In Between, in their Historic Cultural Monument Building at 2035 N. Highland Avenue.
Vets to Bring Postwar Experience EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN to Liberty Theater

On Veteran's Day, the Hollywood American Legion Post 43, Liberty Theater will present the world premiere of Everything In Between, in their Historic Cultural Monument Building at 2035 N. Highland Avenue.
BWW Reviews: Recognizable Local Characters Inhabit L.A. DELI, A New Comedy by Sam Bobrick

Certainly those of us who frequent any Jewish deli in Los Angeles will recognize these characters. Playwright Sam Bobrick admits some of the events in the play's 12 sketches actually happened to him, some to his friends, and some to people he just happened to be sitting next to at lunch. After working in the entertainment business for over 50 years, he's not sure which is which.
Opening Night of Marilyn Monroe Theatre's L.A. DELI to Benefit Nancy Painter Home For Mothers With Children

The opening night performance of L.A. Deli, a new comedy by Sam Bobrick, will benefit The Nancy Painter Home for Mothers with Children. L.A. Deli, helmed by award-winning director Walter Painter, will open Saturday, March 22 at 8pm at the Marilyn Monroe Theatre in West Hollywood. The limited engagement is set to run through April 27 only.
L.A. DELI to Open 3/22 at Marilyn Monroe Theatre

L.A. Deli, a new comedy by Sam Bobrick, has been set for the Marilyn Monroe Theatre in West Hollywood, helmed by award-winning director Walter Painter. L.A. Deli will play two preview performances on Friday, March 21 at 8pm and Saturday, March 22 at 3pm, with opening set for Saturday, March 22 at 8pm. The limited engagement will run through April 27 only.
BWW Reviews: World Premiere Comedy A GOOD GRIEF Shares the Journey From Sorrow to Acceptance

Fierce Backbone presents a world premiere comedy A GOOD GRIEF written by Leslie Hardy, directed by Jeffrey Wylie, at The Lounge Theatre through December 1. It's another night in Grief Counseling in Room 103, and four strangers are struggling with their own steps in the grieving process. All four are on a major collision course with each other's issues in this dark comedy, whether they like it or not.
Fierce Backbone Stages A GOOD GRIEF, Now thru 12/1

Fierce Backbone presents a world premiere comedy A GOOD GRIEF written by Leslie Hardy, directed by Jeffrey Wylie, running now through December 1, 2013.
Fierce Backbone to Stage A GOOD GRIEF, 10/27-12/1

Fierce Backbone presents a world premiere comedy A GOOD GRIEF written by Leslie Hardy, directed by Jeffrey Wylie, running October 25 through December 1, 2013.
Photo Flash: Sneak Peek at Kentwood Players LEND ME A TENOR at the Westchester Playhouse

Audiences were roaring with laughter during the opening weekend of Ken Ludwig's LEND ME A TENOR presented by Kentwood Players at the Westchester Playhouse. Here's a sneak peak at the fun taking place onstage.
Photo Flash: First Look at Kentwood Players LEND ME A TENOR, Opening 7/12

Kentwood Players presents the 1989 Tony Award-winning comedy/farce 'LEND ME A TENOR' by Ken Ludwig from Friday, July 12 to Saturday, August 17, 2013 for a six-week run on Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm with Sunday matinees at 2pm at the Westchester Playhouse, located at 8301 Hindry Avenue, Westchester, CA 90045. The production is directed by Gail Bernardi and produced by Susan Goldman Weisbarth.
Previews for Lifeline's KidSeries MRS. PIGGLE-WIGGLE Begin 3/14

Lifeline Theatre KidSeries presents the family musical 'Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle,' based on the bestselling children's book by Betty MacDonald, illustrated by Hilary Knight, adapted by Lifeline ensemble member Christina Calvit, music by Paul Gilvary, and directed by Lifeline ensemble member John Hildreth. Who's that crazy lady who wears the funny hats and lives in the upside-down house? Why, it's Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle, and kids love her because she always has time to play and her house smells like cookies. Parents love her too, because she's got hilarious cures for Answer-Backers, Selfish-Selfers and mean-spirited Whisperers. This production is appropriate for children ages five to ten, and runs about one hour with no intermission. Books are on sale in the lobby.
Photo Flash: The Family Musical MRS. PIGGLE-WIGGLE

Lifeline Theatre KidSeries presents the family musical 'Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle,' based on the bestselling children's book by Betty MacDonald, illustrated by Hilary Knight, adapted by Lifeline ensemble member Christina Calvit, music by Paul Gilvary, and directed by Lifeline ensemble member John Hildreth. Who's that crazy lady who wears the funny hats and lives in the upside-down house? Why, it's Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle, and kids love her because she always has time to play and her house smells like cookies. Parents love her too, because she's got hilarious cures for Answer-Backers, Selfish-Selfers and mean-spirited Whisperers. This production is appropriate for children ages five to ten, and runs about one hour with no intermission. Books are on sale in the lobby.
Previews for Lifeline's KidSeries MRS. PIGGLE-WIGGLE Begin 3/14

Lifeline Theatre KidSeries presents the family musical 'Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle,' based on the bestselling children's book by Betty MacDonald, illustrated by Hilary Knight, adapted by Lifeline ensemble member Christina Calvit, music by Paul Gilvary, and directed by Lifeline ensemble member John Hildreth. Who's that crazy lady who wears the funny hats and lives in the upside-down house? Why, it's Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle, and kids love her because she always has time to play and her house smells like cookies. Parents love her too, because she's got hilarious cures for Answer-Backers, Selfish-Selfers and mean-spirited Whisperers. This production is appropriate for children ages five to ten, and runs about one hour with no intermission. Books are on sale in the lobby.

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