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WAITING FOR GRACE ......... by Sharon Sharth

Every Thursday Night is LADIES’ NIGHT OUT!
(MEN are welcome)

Discounted Group Rates at 323-960-7788
Drinks with the cast after the show
And meet MARK BRYAN of OPRAH fame and co-creator of THE ARTIST’S WAY with Julia Cameron

Thursday November 10th
Friday November 11th

Sat, Nov 12 – Sun, Dec 18
Thursday, Friday, Saturdays 8pm
Sundays 2pm

Show Calendar

No Performances
Thursday, November 24

$25 Previews
$35 Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun
$50 Opening night

Special Events
There will be an Opening Night Gala following the performance on November 12th. Tickets are available for $50.

Special Show Info
Running time: 120 minutes.
There will be an intermission.


Odyssey Theatre
2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd
Los Angeles, CA  90025
Ample Street Parking
Area Map

Special Theatre Info
The theatre has concessions.

(323) 960-7788

An Award-Winning, World Premiere, Controversial Comedy about Love and Marriage.

What if true love never happens? Or worse…what if it does?

Once Upon A Time …

A woman named Grace wanted to get married. Well, she thought she wanted to get married. But everything she did, every action she took, kept her from getting married. She chose men who didn’t want to get married, men who couldn’t get married, men who didn’t know how to get married.

It made her cry. She couldn’t figure out what she was doing wrong. She went to therapists – many therapists – who tried to help her, and still she couldn’t get married. Time was running out. She was getting older. She was terrified that she’d never have children, terrified that no one would ever love her.

Then one day, she met him. She was even more terrified by that. Where’d he come from? she thought. What am I supposed to do with him? He’s perfect!

And as should happen in every life, she soon found out that he wasn’t perfect. He was just as confused and terrified and imperfect as she was.
And that made her love him even more. Will Grace finally marry

... And Live Happily Ever After?