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Heard but not seen,a jazz musician is the central figure. His muses are his wife and daughter, both dancers, both tethered by their hearts. Like moths to flame,his music keeps them close, as he drinks his way toward destruction. A gold hat from A Chorus Line,is one woman’s glorious salvation.
World premiere. A modern spin on Orpheus and Eurydice. Performances will be at the Working Stage Theater, 1516 N. Gardner Street in Los Angeles. Tickets may be purchased online at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2593462 or by calling (303) 619-0203.
First presented as Frankenstein: A New Musical Off Broadway in 2007, this production is the West Coast Premiere of the show with music by Mark Baron, lyrics by Jeffrey Jackson, and a book by Jackson and Gary P. Cohen, based on the Mary Shelley novel of the same name.
Having been released from prison after serving 12 years, Walter is determined to find a cure for his disease. To keep his desires from turning back into damaging behavior, he must face his demons once and for all. Walter relies on unexpected sources to help him move on with his life.
Charlie finds himself at a crossroads in his life, with the news that his girlfriend is expecting. He confides in his best friend that he has recently crossed paths with other women in his life, including previous girlfriends, and in this tangled web of relationships, is unsure about commitment.