HOME: An Improvised Drama
HOME is a fifty-minute improvised play fueled by the infinite possibilities that only improvised theater can provide. Ten scenes, five characters, three entrances, and one story are brought to life by a cast of veteran improvisers and actors. The back story is known, however a different play unfolds each night revealing a unique comedy and/or drama. HOME was originally created in Chicago from the critically shows Play and HERO, which ran for years. Critical praise for HERO includes:
"It takes risk-taking abandon to build a character beyond a series of punchlines."
"The actors are relaxed enough to carefully build their characters...that understand how to inhabit a manufactured world with total confidence."
-- NewCity Stage
HOME was also inspired by the improvised TJ and Dave show and the BlackBox studio method.
Opening Tuesday May 21st
8:30pm and 10:30pm
All performances at:
Moving Arts, 1822 Hyperion Ave., 90027
Tuesdays May 21- June 25 (possible ext.)
8:30 and 10:30pm
Wednesdays May 22, 28
June . . . Erica Elam
Brin . . . . . Jet Eveleth
Emma . . . . Kate Duffy
Michael. . . .Ian Forester
Sam.. Brett Elam
Mary. . . Kristina Johnson
Concept by Erica Elam and Jet Eveleth
Produced by Ian Forester, Jet Eveleth, and Dylan Southard
TICKETING: Advance tickets can be reserved at www.needtheater.org or here at brownpapertickets.com. Tickets are available for free or by donation courtesy of a grant from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.
Moving Arts Hyperion Station (View)
1822 Hyperion Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90026
|Minimum Age: 1|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|