Friday, Mar 30, 8pm
Sat, Mar 31 – Sun, Apr 22
Thurs, Fri, Sat, 8pm (Mar 31 - Apr 21)
*Sun Matinee, 4pm (April 22 only)
General Admission at the Box Office:
$15.00 Preview Fri, Mar 30, 8pm
$25.00 Thurs, Fri, Sat, 8pm
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Special Show Info
Running time: 120 minutes.
There will be an intermission.
Performance includes smoke effect (dry ice).
Write Act Rep at the Brickhouse Theatre
10950 Peach Grove Street
Hollywood, CA, CA 91601
Ample Street Parking
Special Theatre Info
ADA wheelchair and bathroom compliant
Parking lot located next door at Mark's Paint AFTER 7PM ONLY
The theatre has concessions.
BERLIN COWBOYS – A World Premiere - Cold War Espionage Drama
World Premiere of BERLIN COWBOYS, a play based on the audacious and controversial exploits of the CIA in post-WW II Berlin.
Written by Willard Manus and directed by Iris Merlis, BERLIN COWBOYS is based on an actual historical event. In 1953, at the height of the Cold War when Berlin was divided into four zones--American, Russian, French and British--the CIA station attempted to dig a half-mile-long tunnel under the US/USSR demarcation line and tap into the KGB's telex and telephone lines with Moscow.
BERLIN COWBOYS recaptures the glory days of the CIA, when the organization was young and frisky, unafraid to take on the vaunted KGB at its own game. At the same time, the play does not shy away from pointing up the shortcomings of the CIA team--a team that not only took reckless chances but failed to protect itself from KGB penetration.