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Dark & Stormy Productions to Launch 2015 Season With EXTREMITIES, 8/27-9/19
by BWW News Desk - Jun 22, 2015

Dark & Stormy Productions today announces the producers, venue, and partners for its upcoming production of Extremities by William Mastrosimone. Previously, Dark & Stormy has presented Outside Providence by Edward Allan Baker, Speed-the-Plow by David Mamet, The Receptionist by Adam Bock, The Drunken City by Adam Bock, and The Hothouse by Harold Pinter. Extremities will be the first production of Dark & Stormy's 2015 season.

Photo Flash: The Echo Presents ROW AFTER ROW and A SMALL FIRE
by BWW News Desk - Apr 25, 2015

The multiple award-winning Echo Theater Company, named "Best Bet for Ballsy Original Plays" by the LA Weekly, continues its 2015 season with two Los Angeles premieres scheduled to run in repertory. Row After Row by Jessica Dickey (The Amish Project) opens on April 25 at 5 p.m., with A Small Fire by Obie Award-winner Adam Bock (The Drunken City, The Receptionist) opening that same evening at 8 p.m.

Echo Theater Company Stages Pair of L.A. Premieres in Rep, Now thru 5/31
by BWW News Desk - Apr 25, 2015

The multiple award-winning Echo Theater Company, named 'Best Bet for Ballsy Original Plays' by the LA Weekly, continues its 2015 season with two Los Angeles premieres scheduled to run in repertory. Row After Row by Jessica Dickey (The Amish Project) opens tonight, April 25 at 5 p.m., with A Small Fire by Obie Award-winner Adam Bock (The Drunken City, The Receptionist) opening that same evening at 8 p.m. The two plays will continue to run in tandem every weekend through May 31 at the Echo's home in Atwater Village Theatre. For a complete schedule of performances, scroll to the end of this release or check online at www.EchoTheaterCompany.com.

Echo Theater Company to Stage Pair of L.A. Premieres in Rep, 4/25-5/31
by BWW News Desk - Mar 25, 2015

The multiple award-winning Echo Theater Company, named "Best Bet for Ballsy Original Plays" by the LA Weekly, continues its 2015 season with two Los Angeles premieres scheduled to run in repertory. Row After Row by Jessica Dickey (The Amish Project) opens on April 25 at 5 p.m., with A Small Fire by Obie Award-winner Adam Bock (The Drunken City, The Receptionist) opening that same evening at 8 p.m. The two plays will continue to run in tandem every weekend through May 31 at the Echo's home in Atwater Village Theatre. For a complete schedule of performances, scroll to the end of this release or check online at www.EchoTheaterCompany.com.

Sound Theatre Company to Present A SMALL FIRE, Begin. 5/30
by BWW News Desk - Jun 20, 2014

A Small Fire opens on May 30 for a limited run at New City Theatre, located at 1404 18th Avenue in Seattle, with a preview performance on May 29. Tickets are $25, $15 for students, and pay-what-you-can performances on May 29, June 9, and June 16. Due to the small, intimate performance venue, seating for A Small Fire is extremely limited.

Photo Flash: First Look at Sound Theatre Company's A SMALL FIRE
by BWW News Desk - May 30, 2014

Sound Theatre Company launches its eighth year of production with the Seattle premiere of A Small Fire by Adam Bock, directed by Julie Beckman. Scroll down for a sneak peek at the cast in action!

Sound Theatre Company's A SMALL FIRE Opens Tonight
by BWW News Desk - May 30, 2014

A Small Fire opens tonight, May 30 for a limited run at New City Theatre, located at 1404 18th Avenue in Seattle, with a preview performance on May 29. Tickets are $25, $15 for students, and pay-what-you-can performances on May 29, June 9, and June 16. Due to the small, intimate performance venue, seating for A Small Fire is extremely limited.

Sound Theatre Company to Present A SMALL FIRE, Begin. 5/30
by BWW News Desk - Apr 22, 2014

A Small Fire opens on May 30 for a limited run at New City Theatre, located at 1404 18th Avenue in Seattle, with a preview performance on May 29. Tickets are $25, $15 for students, and pay-what-you-can performances on May 29, June 9, and June 16. Due to the small, intimate performance venue, seating for A Small Fire is extremely limited.

NOW PLAYING: The Edge Theater presents A SMALL FIRE - Thru 4/15
by Michael Mulhern - Mar 16, 2012

Unexpected loss leads to an unlikely love story.

Beau Bridges, Caitlin Gallogly, et al. Set for SOMETHING FOR THE BOYS Reading, 6/19
by BWW News Desk - Jun 2, 2011

Theatre West presents a musical reading of SOMETHING FOR THE BOYS, featuring music and lyrics by Cole Porter and a book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields. Set to star in the reading are: Beau Bridges, Emily Bridges, Caitlin Gallogly, Edward Z. Gallogly, Anthony Gruppuso, David P.Johnson, Daniel Keough, Devra Korwin,Andre Landzaat, Robert W. Laur, Barbara Mallory, Lee Meriwether, Barbara Minkus, Andrew Parks, Madison Claire Parks, Elliot Schwartz and Laura Wolfe.

Beau Bridges Adapts ACTING for the Stage; Set for Samuel French Appearance 5/7
by BWW News Desk - May 2, 2011

Beau Bridges and his daughter Emily will be doing an in-store appearance at Samuel French in Studio City on Saturday, May 7th for their published play 'Acting: The First Six Lessons.' The play is an adaptation of Richard Boleslavsky's 1933 novel which tells the story of an acting teacher who teaches a young girl the craft of acting along with important life lessons. In Beau and Emily's adaption, the play spans 10 scenes progressing from the teacher's studio, to stage, to filming in Central park, leading to the pinnacle climax at the Empire State building.

Review - A Small Fire
by Ben Peltz - Jan 12, 2011

The old showbiz adage about always leavin' 'em wanting more isn't always the best advice, as exemplified Adam Bock's fascinating, understated and, in the end, frustratingly incomplete, A Small Fire.  In his usual fashion, especially when teamed up, as he is here, with director Tripp Cullman, Bock takes us on an engrossing journey just beyond the outer edges of reality.  There is some extraordinary scene work, both in his writing and in the collaborative efforts of the director and his two superlative leads, Michele Pawk and Reed Birney.  But while the 80-minute production satisfies in so many ways, the text also leaves out too many delicious details.

DRACULA Closes After 7 Performances; Played Final Show Jan. 9
by BWW News Desk - Jan 10, 2011

DRACULA by Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston, based on the novel by Bram Stoker, played its final performance on Sunday, January 9 at the Little Shubert Theatre (422 West 42nd Street).

Rialto Chatter: DRACULA To Close This Weekend?
by Rialto Chatter - Jan 7, 2011

It looks like off-Broadway's DRACULA, playing at the Little Shubert might have a shorter run than originally announced. The show, which just opened on January 5, was originally scheduled to close on March 13. Now, after speculation in the NY Post this morning about an early end for the revival, Telecharge.com is only offering tickets for the show through January 9.

Photo Coverage: DRACULA Celebrates Opening Night
by Linda Lenzi - Jan 6, 2011

Count Dracula, the world's most famous vampire, returns to the New York stage in DRACULA by Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston, based on the eponymous novel by Bram Stoker, began previews December 14, prior to its official press opening last night, January 5 at the Little Shubert Theatre (442 West 42nd Street). Check out the photos below to see the production's first official curtain call and opening night party at Sardi's!

Review Roundup: DRACULA
by BWW News Desk - Jan 6, 2011

Count Dracula, the world's most famous vampire, returns to the New York stage this fall in DRACULA by Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston, based on the eponymous novel by Bram Stoker, opened January 5 at the Little Shubert Theatre (442 West 42nd Street). Paul Alexander directs the production, which began previews December 14. Based on the world-famous novel by Bram Stoker, DRACULA is the classic Gothic drama about the power of seduction and the nature of true love.

Photo Flash: Off-Broadway's DRACULA, Opens January 5
by BWW News Desk - Dec 30, 2010

Count Dracula, the world's most famous vampire, returns to the New York stage in DRACULA by Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston, based on the eponymous novel by Bram Stoker, began previews December 14, prior to its official press opening January 5 at the Little Shubert Theatre (442 West 42nd Street). Paul Alexander directs the new production.

BWW Blogs: GRIGWARE Picks His BEST in California Theatre for 2010
by Don Grigware - Dec 27, 2010

The Best in LA Theatre for 2010

EXCLUSIVE Photo Coverage: Sneak Peek at the DRACULA Set!
by Walter McBride - Dec 15, 2010

Count Dracula, the world's most famous vampire, returns to the New York stage in DRACULA by Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston, based on the eponymous novel by Bram Stoker is set to begin previews December 14, prior to its official press opening January 5 at the Little Shubert Theatre (442 West 42nd Street). Paul Alexander to direct. BroadwayWorld.com got an exclusive first peak at the show's set while the cast is in rehearsal at the theatre!

Thora Birch Released from DRACULA; Understudy Bridges to Play Lucy
by BWW News Desk - Dec 14, 2010

Thora Birch has been released from the cast of the revival of Bram Stoker's DRACULA. Previews begin Tuesday, December 14 at the Little Shubert Theatre (422 West 42nd Street) in Manhattan. Official opening is set for January 5, 2011. Emily Bridges, Ms. Birch's understudy, steps into the role of Lucy. Ms. Bridges is the co-author of a stage adaptation of Acting: The First Six Lessons, which she wrote and performed with her father, Beau Bridges. A student at the London Dramatic Academy and Moscow Art Theatre School, she has appeared on stage in Gaslight, The Princess and the Frog, and Happy Hour and the movies Voyage of the Unicorn and The Uninvited.

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