One-Act Plays by Jennie Webb, Allie Costa, Alex Dilks Pandola, and Julianne Homokay
presented by Green Light Productions
11/6 to 11/9
Thursday – Saturday, 8pm
The Miles Memorial Playhouse
1130 Lincoln Blvd
Four witty, funny, powerful one-act plays written and directed by Los Angeles-based women
Buying a House by Jennie Webb and directed by Jen Bloom
Femme Noir by Allie Costa and directed by Ricka Fisher
Juiced by Alex Dilks Pandola and directed by Liz Hinlein
Sisters Lunching by the Seaside by Julianne Homokay and directed by Katherine James
$15 general $10 students/seniors
FREE PARKING at 808 Wilshire Structure (entrance on Lincoln)
I’m adding this notice to my blog today because I saw GLO 2014 at the Miles Playhouse last night and thoroughly enjoyed the plays.
They were varied, surprising and fresh – lovely writing. (I loved Buying A House, Jennie. Nothing beats a good rant!)
I thought the use of the space was very clever and was impressed by the sound and the lighting and the swift changing of the scenes. Congratulations, directors and crew! And the actors – women and men – were delightful!
The place was packed and I met two friends outside who were waiting to see if there were no shows so they could get tickets.
It is so heartening to have a group dedicated to female playwrights and I’m looking forward to their next production.