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OUT THERE ON FRIED MEAT RIDGE ROAD and THE UNFRYABLE MEATNESS OF BEING at Pacific Resident Theatre

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Photo by Ashley Boxler

Steven Leigh Morris  – LA Weekly

Actor-playwright  is one lucky fellow, having a top-flight ensemble to write comedies for; and having a director, Guillermo Cienfuegos, with such a sympathetic comprehension of the strands threaded through his humor; and, to top it all, being able to act in a pivotal role in his own plays. Stevenson is Pacific Resident Theatre’s answer to Rogue Machine’s actor-playwright John Pollono, whose Small Engine Repair transferred to New York earlier this year. Read more…

Deborah Klugman – Stage Raw

Fried Meat Ridge Rd. is a pretty wacky name for a street, but actually it’s a real thoroughfare that runs just outside Keyser, West Virginia, where playwright Keith Stevenson is from. (The place comes up on Trulia with photographs of a manicured landscape, and a listing of over a million bucks.) Read more…

Now running through September 7.