A GOOD GRIEF at the Lounge Theatre

Steven Leigh Morris – LA Weekly

Coincidentally, two unrelated plays about group therapy opened last week in small theaters less than a mile from one another. Neil McGowan’s comedy Lone-Anon, about maladroit loners subjected to court-ordered therapy, is running late nights at Rogue Machine on Pico near La Brea, while Leslie Hardy‘s A Good Grief airs the dirty linen of its grief-struck characters at Hollywood’s Lounge Theatre, in a production by Fierce Backbone.

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