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Thu, Apr 08 – Sat, Apr 24
Opens April 8th and runs through April 24th, 2010.
8:00 PM – Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Box Office opens at 7:30 PM

Show Calendar

General Admission: $15 Discounted Rate: $10 (Seniors / Students / Groups) -
Use Promo Code 007
Refreshments included (refreshments may be taken into the theatre.)

(All Performances will feature a “Meet and Greet the Artists” Reception following the show.)

Special Events
Write Act Repertory Theatre
6128 Yucca Avenue – Hollywood
(North of Vine Street – two blocks east of the Historic Landmark Capitol Records Building)
Free Parking in the lot on the south side of St. Stephen's Church on 6125 Carlos Street.

Special Show Info
Running time: 95 minutes.
There will be an intermission.
There will be an Intermission. Strobe Light will be used for this production. ADA compliant. Refreshments. Box Office opens 25 minutes prior to curtain. Air-conditioned Theatre. Free Parking. Press & Publicity: Rebecca Lorenne Doppelt (818) 276 – 5332 For further Write Act Rep information please contact Anne Mesa (Producer) – The Cast includes Stephen Alberson, Shannon Altland, Barika Croom, Wallace Demarria, Josh Fanaroff*, Barry Ford*, Todd Gaebe , Karoly James, Liana Johnston, Jennifer Lane, Marc McHone, Maria Paris, Herman Poppe*, and Jeff Watson* (*appears courtesy of Actors Equity Association)

Write Act Theatre
6128 Yucca Street
Hollywood, CA  90028
Ample Street Parking
Area Map

Special Theatre Info
Wheelchair Access
Additional Parking off Carlos Street at Saint Stephen's Church

The theatre has concessions.

Producing and Artistic Directors John Lant and Ken Cosby present and shines its light on the World Premiere of four new plays by playwright Herman Poppe. This celebration of new work will have a limited engagement at the Write Act Repertory Theatre from Thursday April 8th to Saturday April 24th, 2010.

… All The Wrong Places! journeys through unfamiliar settings and reveals a glimpse into the lives of the people that balance on that precipice of complacency. These stories can not be found unless you take stock of all the unusual surroundings that you see everyday. Without a second look, you might miss your chance to experience something that will change your destiny. A moment too soon or a second later, life, and sometimes death, continues even if you are not paying attention. The four play titles January's Ukulele, Testing The Spider, A Little Social Intercourse, and A Date With Destiny are the canon of Poppe’s work under this series banner.

With each vignette, this production explores what happens when people are willing to cross barriers, when artists choose to create bridges, and the freeways of Los Angeles lead us to each other here at Write Act Rep.