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Time Alone - 2017 - Los Angeles

Time Alone traces the parallel journeys of a young man convicted of killing a gang rival, and a woman whose son - a police officer - is murdered in the line of duty. Both end up in places of extreme loneliness - a solitary confinement prison cell, and the silent house of the bereaved. As time itself seems to unravel, their tales both contrast and mirror each other, providing answers to each other's questions - until they find new doors to life.

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Theatre 2, Los Angeles Theatre Center

(Los Angeles, CA)
514 S. Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013

Time Alone Los Angeles Cast



 

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by Shari Barrett - Sep 24, 2019
Sacred Fools Theater Company is launching its 23rd season with the World Premiere of the musical DEADLY by Vanessa Claire Stewart with Music by Ryan Thomas Johnson and directed by Jaime Robledo. Taking place in 1893, a time of hope and optimism as the World's Fair turns the globe's eyes toward Chicago and the cultural explosion of art and technology on display. But it is also a time when a demon lurks beneath, taking advantage of the adventuresome spirit of modern-thinking and very independent women. It just wouldn't do to forget who they were.
by Julie Musbach - Sep 24, 2019
Montalvo Arts Center has launched a year-long arts-based investigation entitled SOCIAL: Rethinking Loneliness Together, a series of public engagements that will invite audiences to join a shared conversation exploring loneliness, together.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 16, 2020
New Jersey indie-rockers, The Vaughns, have announced that they have officially signed to Equal Vision Records.
by Stephen Mosher - Sep 11, 2019
Beloved cabaret duo KT Sullivan and Jeff Harnar bring their special brand of magic to The Laurie Beechman Theatre with their Sheldon Harnick/Charles Strouse show and the full house on opening night ate it up. And then some.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 6, 2020
After two decades of innovative and imaginative uses of space, Rorschach Theatre blows past the theatre walls and presents a season-long immersive experience that will send audiences into carefully curated corners of the Nation's capital and beyond. Rorschach has leveraged the unprecedented circumstances of the 20-21 Season to bring participants an unprecedented theatrical experience.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 21, 2020
Alt-pop’s ABISHA explores uncharted territory in latest single, “Time Alone.” 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 20, 2020
We step outside and start to dance is a new immersive audio experience written by award-winning North East playwright Alison Carr (The Last Quiz Night on Earth, UK Tour; Iris, Live Theatre), which will be launched and available to download from Wednesday 28 October at Midday. 
by Student Blogger: Cassie Maurer - Oct 1, 2020
Sammy Schechter, helped by another friend and classmate of mine Jake Waford, began scheming to create something. I surmise that he thought, a?oeHow can we make this possible? How can we do a show this year?a??
by Kaitlin Milligan - Nov 7, 2019
Grammy-nominated and JUNO Award-winning songwriter Rose Cousins is set to release her new album, Bravado, on February 21, 2020, via Outside Music. Lead single “The Benefits of Being Alone” debuts today.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 21, 2020
San Diego Opera is celebrating the success of its drive-in production of La Boheme that took place last month.
by Rachel Weinberg - Nov 19, 2019
Steppenwolf's world premiere production of LINDIWE, a collaboration between ensemble member Eric Simonson and acclaimed South African music group Ladysmith Black Mambazo, finds the most success in its musical moments. The production, co-directed by Simonson and Jonathan Berry, features new music from Ladysmith Black Mambazo to tell the love story of the titular Lindiwe and her boyfriend Adam. It helps that the narrative focuses on Lindiwe's experience as a singer touring with Ladysmith Black Mambazo-and, indeed, the group literally accompanies her at several moments throughout the production. Lindiwe explains that she never goes anywhere without her 'guys,' as she affectionately refers to them. Thus, Ladysmith Black Mambazo functions as a kind of Greek chorus underscoring the romantic storyline at the play's center. The conceit also allows for the play to utilize the group's original music.
by Stephi Wild - May 8, 2019
It took an Australian, with a little help from Leonardo da Vinci, to bring to New York some of America's greatest past icons. How? The bigger question is: Did da Vinci's great range of inventions include a time machine?
by Tori Hartshorn - May 31, 2019
On his debut mixtape ALL THIS MUSIC, Vol. 1, Prince Fox provides an intimate look at an artist redefining pop that knocks. Enlisting an all-star cast of vocalists including Bella Thorne, Quinn XCII, The Griswolds, and Prince Fox himself, the talented musician lays down 11 timeless productions coated with lush arrangements and silky hooks. The mixtape was premiered via ThisSongIsSick. 
by Tori Hartshorn - May 29, 2019
Singer, producer, multi-instrumentalist and artist Eliza Bagg recently launched her new solo project Lisel with its first single, the stunning 'Ciphers.' Today Lisel announces her remarkable self-produced debut album, Angels on the Slope, an exciting introduction to a solo artist who taps into her experience in classical, avant-garde, experimental and indie pop spheres on this incredible first effort.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 28, 2021
RED CARD RECORDS has announced the release of Monotony debut album of all-original music from J. BRECKENRIDGE – the singer/songwriter and recording artist persona of noted stage and screen performer Josh Breckenridge – on all digital and streaming platforms today, Friday, May 28.
by Student Blogger: Silvana Flores - May 27, 2021
We’re trying to fit in the world that surrounds us, but that world it’s just part of the real one, that made me understand that if I start taking care of myself and loving myself today, tomorrow I’ll overcome things easily, and be sure that I’ll be able to keep going no matter what.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 27, 2021
Tipped by BBC Introducing as one of their ‘Ones To Watch’ in 2020, the rising star has supported the likes of Mae Muller and Lauran Hibberd, played festival slots at Dot to Dot Festival and Belladrum Festival and garnered acclaim from names like The Line of Best Fit, Wonderland and Earmilk.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 24, 2021
In the fall of 2020 Rorschach Theatre launched an unprecedented project for unprecedented times, sending subscribers on self-guided urban adventures as a story unfolded around them.  Now, ten months later, with more than 400 participants hailing from 18 states and three different countries, the story will conclude with a live outdoor performance this July.
by Stephi Wild - May 16, 2020
Petunia's Playhouse, the brand new web series which premiered Sunday, May 10th, continues to spread a message of self-care and positivity to those struggling with the COVID-19 pandemic.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 14, 2021
RED CARD RECORDS has announced the debut of “Not Forgiving You” – the fourth single from J. BRECKENRIDGE, the singer/songwriter and recording artist persona of noted stage and screen performer Josh Breckenridge – today, Friday, May 14. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 13, 2021
With Confidence are known for their catchy riffs and insanely energetic live show. Their debut with Hopeless Records ‘Better Weather’ and its follow up ‘Love and Loathing’ are available to stream on all platforms now. 
by Liz Cearns - Mar 28, 2019
Fiddler On the Roof brings the Menier Chocolate Factory to the Playhouse Theatre. As the audience enters, the walls are bedecked with hangings as drab as most of the costumes - the wardrobe is black, save for prayer shawls and wedding garb.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 16, 2021
RED CARD RECORDS has announced the debut of the music video for “Y.O.U.” – the second single from J. BRECKENRIDGE, the singer/songwriter and recording artist persona of noted stage and screen performer Josh Breckenridge – today, Tuesday, March 16.
by Michael Quintos - Mar 15, 2019
Remarkably glitzy and broadly amusing, the delightful stage version of Disney's ALADDIN is a fun, lively, and entertaining repackaging of the originally fun, lively, and entertaining animated film classic, which will please both fans of the original and those in the mood for a great big dazzling (and bedazzled) Broadway musical. While this Casey Nicholaw-helmed big-budget extravaganza of dazzling sights and sounds is quite a faithful adaptation in terms of storyline and tone, the stage version abandons the impossible things it couldn't remotely replicate from the animated movie, but instead smartly utilizes the limitations of---and the unique qualities of---musical theater to produce a show that is, astonishingly, still an overall satisfying sensory treat. The show's national tour continues its three-week engagement at OC's Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa, CA through March 23, 2019.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 1, 2021
RED CARD RECORDS has announced the worldwide release of the 2nd single from J. BRECKENRIDGE, the singer/songwriter & recording artist persona of noted stage and screen performer Josh Breckenridge.  The song “Y.O.U.” will be available on all digital and streaming platforms on Friday, March 5, with a special music video to drop on Tuesday, March 16.
by Rebecca Russo - Jun 25, 2019
 The Public Theater (Artistic Director, Oskar Eustis; Executive Director, Patrick Willingham) will begin performances for the New York premiere of MOJADA on Tuesday, July 2 with a Joseph Papp Free Preview in The Public's LuEsther Hall. Written by MacArthur Genius Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro and directed by Obie Award-winning directorChay Yew, MOJADA is a bold new telling of a story as old as tragedy itself. MOJADA will run through Sunday, August 11, with an official press opening on Wednesday, July 17.
by Tori Hartshorn - Jul 22, 2019
Singer, producer, multi-instrumentalist and artist Eliza Bagg recently launched her new solo project Lisel, and her remarkable self-produced debut album entitled Angels on the Slope will be released on Luminelle on Friday. Ahead of its release, the album is streaming now exclusively via Hype Machine. Angels on the Slope effortlessly moves from gauzy and ethereal to distorted, beat-driven pop, and is an incredibly captivating debut effort that is not to be missed.
by Jonathan Marshall - Jul 16, 2020
Playwright Ella Road achieved critical acclaim with her play The Phlebotomist, which was nominated for an Olivier Award after a run at both Hampstead Theatre Downstairs and its main stage. Road has now written a short film called Something Will Disappear for the Almeida Theatre's upcoming climate change festival, Shifting Tides. The writer spoke with BroadwayWorld about the project, her writing and how the theatre industry might emerge from the pandemic.
by Julie Musbach - Jul 15, 2019
Theatre of NOTE continues its 2019 season with the world premiere of DRIVING WILDE by Jacqueline Wright, directed by Bart DeLorenzo.  DRIVING WILDE will preview Friday and Saturday, August 16 and August 17 at 8pm, and will open on August 22 at 8pm and run through September 21 at Theatre of NOTE, 1517 N Cahuenga Blvd (just north of Sunset) in Hollywood.    
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 14, 2020
Musical director, conductor, songwriter, and now internet entertainer! That's quite a resume for Micah Young, whose weekly Facebook live shows have been gathering viewers and fans with every passing week. Stephen Mosher talks with Micah about his online shows, his best pal Amanda, and his penchant for Hawaiian shirts.
by Marika O'Hara - Jan 31, 2019
MCC Theater's production of the New York premiere of Alice By Heart, the new musical from Spring Awakening creators Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater, begins previews on January 30th. The show is directed and co-written by Jessie Nelson, who penned the book for Waitress and will be the first show in the Newman Mills Theater, which is part of the new Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space. Alice by Heart stars Molly Gordon as Alice Spencer, a teenager forced to take shelter in an underground tube station during the London Blitz of World War II.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jan 29, 2020
Nordic vocalist Johanna Kuvaja presents her new single 'Back For Good', a heartfelt ballad that harkens back to the feel of Madonna's seminal 'Crazy For You'. This new single follows on the trail of Kuvaja's debut single 'Shower', markedly contrasting from its upbeat catchy vibe à la Aqua, Katy Perry and Kylie Minogue.
by Student Blogger: Mary Felix - Jan 26, 2021
While these tasks do not directly relate to theater, they still keep my creative juices flowing.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jan 17, 2020
For over twenty years, Philadelphia's Seamus Egan blazed a new trail for Irish music in America. At the head of the supergroup Solas, he toured the world and pushed the music in new directions, incorporating complex arrangements, stunning virtuosity, and elements of global and Americana music. His work defined Irish music for multiple generations and set a benchmark that still hasn't been matched. As a composer, Egan put his stamp on film soundtracks, symphonic collaborations, and, most famously, co-wrote Sarah McLachlan's smash hit, “I Will Remember You.” But what happens when a trailblazer needs to take a step back? Egan found himself asking that question when confronted with two major life changes: his band Solas went on hiatus, opening up more time for his own music making, and he moved from his long-time home in Philadelphia to rural Vermont. “Both things coalesced not by design,” Egan says, “but they came together at the same time. I liked the symmetry of it.” Holed up in his Vermont cabin, Egan finally had time to go through tunes and melodies he'd composed over the years. Inspired by this time alone with his music, he enlisted close friends and collaborators to make a new album of entirely instrumental music, Early Bright, to be released January 17, 2020. Throughout, the goal of Egan's new work was to reweave the threads of the Irish roots music he knows so well with a more compositional perspective, drawing from classical influences like Bach, Segovia, Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson, and modern composers like Meredith Monk and Philip Glass.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 27, 2020
THE ROAD THEATRE COMPANY and Taylor Gilbert, Founder/Artistic Director together with Sam Anderson, Artistic Director, present the third show of the Road's 2019-2020 season, the world premiere of SCINTILLA, written by Alessandro Camon (Time Alone) and directed by Ann Hearn Tobolowsky (Through the Eye of A Needle). 
by Abigail Charpentier - Feb 21, 2020
Grammy-nominated and JUNO Award-winning songwriter Rose Cousins' new video “The Return (Love Comes Back)” debuts today; watch and share the new video. The video premiered on PopMatters, who wrote, “Delicately capturing the heartening feeling of receiving many returns of love and appreciation, it's an inspiring number from Cousins that sweetly communicates the importance of generosity.” Cousins' new album, Bravado, is set for release by Outside Music on February 21, and available for pre-order Bravado. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 21, 2020
Nordic vocalist Johanna Kuvaja presents her new single 'Back For Good', a heartfelt ballad that harkens back to the feel of Madonna's seminal 'Crazy For You'. This new single follows on the trail of Kuvaja's debut single 'Shower', markedly contrasting from its upbeat catchy vibe à la Aqua, Katy Perry and Kylie Minogue.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 19, 2021
Full of shimmering self-assurance and blissful melodies, 'Dirty Mouth' a liberating track born to uplift and restore any heartache. 
by BWW News Desk - Feb 14, 2019
After an unfortunate 'failure to launch' mishap, Loading Dock Theatre is thrilled to announce that Leegrid Steven's Spaceman has once again been cleared for take-off and will launch into the Off-Broadway stratosphere beginning February 2019. This exciting news comes after the originally scheduled debut was forced to close after only one preview when leading lady Erin Treadway suffered a substantial fall that left her with serious fractures to both arms and left wrist.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 14, 2019
After an unfortunate "failure to launch" mishap, Loading Dock Theatre is thrilled to announce that Leegrid Steven's Spaceman has once again been cleared for take-off and will launch into the Off-Broadway stratosphere beginning February 2019. This exciting news comes after the originally scheduled debut was forced to close after only one preview when leading lady Erin Treadway suffered a substantial fall that left her with serious fractures to both arms and left wrist.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 13, 2019
Sydney cabaret performer, Jodie Stubbs, will make her Adelaide Fringe debut with her hilarious cabaret, WOMAN at Gluttony this month. Having received rave reviews in Sydney and Melbourne, WOMAN takes you on a humorous journey of what it is to be a mother, career woman, wife and cabaret chanteuse as Jodie attempts to get through a 60-minute show without having to check on the kids.
by Amanda Prahl - Dec 18, 2019
Tyrell, a new concept album, imagines what three supporting characters were up to during the early days of Game of Thrones. The concept is interesting on its own, but the skillful execution by the writer and performers on the album elevate it to something sure to have appeal outside of Thrones die-hards.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 3, 2020
Author Cyndi Friberg has announced the release of her new sci-fi romance, Sentinel: Shadowborn Rebellion, Book 2. Book one, Slayer, was released in March 2020.
by Gil Kaan - Aug 26, 2019
Playwright Susan Eve Haar's new play SAUGERTIES has just opened at the Hudson Guild Theatre. Directed by Abigail Zealey Bess, SAUGERTIES stars Chad L. Coleman as Rog and Beau Garrett as Jen, a pair of couples in relationship crisis. I had the opportunity to ask a few quick questions of Beau Garrett on her personal journey to her theatrical board's debut in SAUGERTIES.
by Student Blogger: Sammi Tapper - Aug 18, 2020
It is way past time we normalize crying- especially during times when we are expected to be happy.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 9, 2021
RED CARD RECORDS has announced the worldwide release of the third single from J. BRECKENRIDGE, the singer/songwriter and recording artist persona of performer Josh Breckenridge.  The song “Home Is Where the Art Is” is available on all digital and streaming platforms today, Friday, April 9, with a special music video to drop on Friday, April 23.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 9, 2021
What Tomorrow Brings, the new album from Cellar Music Group recording artist Alyssa Allgood has been released today on all retail and streaming platforms. Daring and personal, this wide-ranging new project is the star Chicago-based vocalist's most sophisticated offering yet.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 26, 2021
Actor & musician Carlos Alfredo Jr., series regular in Selena: The Series Part 2 just released a tribute song to the legendary Tejano singer right on time to celebrate the premiere of Selena: The Series Part 2 on May 4th. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 23, 2021
RED CARD RECORDS has announced the debut of the music video for “Home Is Where the Art Is” – the third single from J. BRECKENRIDGE, the singer/songwriter and recording artist persona of noted stage and screen performer Josh Breckenridge – today, Friday, April 23. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 22, 2020
Last night, The 24 Hour Plays: Viral Monologues released a surprise-pivot for Round Six -The 24 Hour Plays: Viral Musicals was released on IGTV @24hourplays and at https://24hourplays.com/viral-monologues/.