DANGEROUS CORNER by J.B. Priestley
"Recommended" - Don Grigware (broadwayworld.com, Grigware talks theater)... "an intriguing play about relationships written by J.B. Priestley in 1932 has a fresh, new look at Crown City Theatre. The actors are terrific. I fully understood Lamb's concept and how much it improves the comprehension of the play, as well as increasing its entertainment value. As director, Lamb keeps the piece moving with a skilled, steady hand...Crown City Theatre is to be lauded for their risk taking. This is a great acting company that always rises to new challenges and endeavors"
BACKSTAGE - "undeniable entertainment value"
Robert's brother Martin committed suicide about a year ago and the publishing firm they both worked for believed it was because he had stolen money. At a dinner party at Robert's home in the country with his wife Freda, her brother Gordon (a director at the firm), his wife Betty, another director Charles Stanton, and the firm's loyal secretary Olwen, -a published author of the firms Miss Maud Mockridge brings up the suicide and slowly the truth about Martin is revealed. Aided by the ghost of Martin who comments on the action in song and prods the company into revealing more and more about the night of his death we take a whirlwind ride into the truth about each of the participants and into what ultimately lead to Martin's demise. Was it suicide, murder or something else?
Starring: Seth Peterson (recurring/co-star "Burn Notice," "Providence," soon to be released "Intent" starring opposite Eric Roberts); Jordan Wall (series regular "The Glades," guest star "Harry's Law"); Matthew J. Williamson (co-starring in the movie "Sedona," last seen CCTC "Danny and the Deep Blue Sea"); Cortes Alexander (Broadway "Liza's at the Palace," "Marilyn: An American Fable"); Libby Baker (costar "Modern Family," Films "Separate Checks," "Evil Intent"); Carol Goans (Films "You Should Meet My Son," "The Salad Years"); Tara Bopp (AMDA & RADA); Rachel Amanda Bryant (Films "To Kristen with Love," "One Way Home").
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11031 Camarillo Street
North Hollywood, CA 91602
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