Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Actors Co-op Season to begin with Big River

Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn will lead off Actors Co-op’s 2009-2010 season of shows. Based on Mark Twain’s novel, this Tony Award winning musical follows one of America’s best-loved literary figures on his adventures along the mighty Mississippi. Richard Israel directs the production, which runs September 25 – November 1, 2009.

Up next is Sherlock's Last Case, a murder mystery in which Sherlock Holmes is possibly the victim, by Charles Marowitz. It will run October 16 - November 22 with Jeremy Lewit directing.

For the holidays, Actors Co-op features Freddy Wyatt Christmas Spectacular December 2-14. Don’t miss Stephen Van Dorn’s staged version of a 1962 Christmas spectacular on a 1962 TV variety show hosted by the infamous Freddy Wyatt. Van Dorn will direct.

2010 begins with Wit, the Pulitzer Prize winning drama about a woman confronting her own mortality by Margaret Edson. Marianne Savell directs the production scheduled to run February 19 - March 28. The final show in the season is The Philadelphia Story by Philip Barry, which runs April 23 - May 30. Douglas Clayton directs the romantic comedy, which centers on a socialite attempting to sort out the loves of her life.

All productions take place at the Crossley Terrace Theatre in Hollywood. For more information, visit http://www.actorsco-op.org/.
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