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GLAAD Award Nomination for Outstanding L.A. Theatre

WINNER - LADCC Award for Outstanding Playwriting

Brian Christopher Williams

L.A. Weekly Award Nominations for Performance

Wyatt Fenner - Tony Pandolfo - Jan Sheldrick

Ovation Award Nomination for Performance
Jan Sheldrick


“Wonderfully funny and deeply moving ... When this richly evocative material is matched with director Richard Israel’s crisp and flavorful staging, the result

is scintillating entertainment.”

The Hollywood Reporter


CRITIC’S CHOICE! 

“A deft west coast premiere .. A ticking, touching

play and an endearing production.”

L.A. Times


PICK OF THE WEEK - GO! 

“The title of Brian Christopher Williams’ play suggests a slick, sassy gay comedy, and so it is, but something much more than that, something far richer ...

Richard Israel provides wonderfully nuanced direction and the entire cast is splendid.”

L.A. Weekly


“The cast is sublime ... This enthralling dramedy provides an ideal antidote for the late summer blahs.”

Backstage

August 21 - October 4, 2009

at the El Centro Theatre


Directed by Richard Israel

Set Design by Stephen Gifford * Lighting Design by Lisa D. Katz

Sound Design by Fionnegan Murphy

Costume Design by Susanne Klein * Stage Managed by Brook Carlson

Produced for WCE by Julie Smith

Featuring

Nick Ballard, Wyatt Fenner, Madelynn Fattibene, Nick Niven, Sean Owens, Tony Pandolfo Jan Sheldrick and Sara J. Stuckey

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West Coast Ensemble is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission