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TIMESHARE at the Eclectic Company Theatre

Photo by Steve B. Green

Photo by Steve B. Green

Pauline Adamek  – Stage Raw

Steve B. Green’s black comedy Timeshare is set in the cutthroat world of high-pressure sales, and while some thematic similarities to Glengarry Glen Ross can be seen, don’t expect any David Mamet-style pyrotechnics. Read more…

David C. Nichols – LA Times

I am a professional salesman. I am a professional salesman.” So runs, with drolly insecure variations, the mantra of the woebegone hero of “Timeshare,” which has been extended at the Eclectic Company Theatre. Read more…

Now running through January 31

CURIOUS CONVERSATIONS at the Eclectic Company Theatre

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Deborah Klugman – LA Weekly

The brainchild of writer/producer Rochelle Perry, Curious Conversations riffs on the characters and themes of Lewis Carroll.  The eight one acts, by 8 different playwrights, vary in quality and depth and standard of performance. Read more…

Now running through June 28.

HURRICANE SEASON at the Eclectic Company Theatre

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Pauline Adamek – LA Weekly

Now in its 10th year, Hurricane Season is a competition of short new plays. Block Two (reviewed here) continues over this weekend, with Block Three running Aug. 9-18. The audience favorites of the festival will receive awards in an Aug. 23 ceremony, and a jury will give monetary prizes to the top three best-written plays. In The Road to Paradise, by Caroline Marshall, Ryan McDonough plays a terminal patient with gallows humor. 1st par
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Godspell Jr., Eclectic Company Theatre

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Godspell Jr. by John Michael Tebelak and Stephen Schwartz.

 

Pauline Adamek – ArtsBeatLA

There’s nothing quite like the pure spirit and shining, happy faces of talented young teens and kids. Provided with a suitable vehicle, namely Godspell, Jr., the vibrant energy of this mostly female, mostly eight-grader cast of eight kids provides a great night of musical entertainment.  Fittingly, the classic Broadway hit musical from the seventies, Godspell, has been refashioned for young audiences and young performers. Godspell, Jr. is a fun and sweet production now running on weekends at the Eclectic Company Theatre in NoHo until Nov. 18.  Read more…