See our most recent press release as posted on Broadway World here! Also posted below.

Press Contact: Hannah Pell, Executive Director

310-739-8065 – MineisYourstc@gmail.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
February 25, 2015

Mine is Yours theatre company, now in their second season, is itching to share their first contemporary production with Los Angeles! Bachelorette by Leslye Headland, directed by Jessica Hanna and assistant directed by Mallin Alter, will run for four weeks this Spring: March 20 - April 12, Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 7pm. Tickets are $18 at the door, $15 online, and presale tickets (purchased before 3/13) are $12 each.

"Ten years out of high school, Regan, Gena and Katie convene in the luxurious bridal suite of their old friend, Becky, the night before her wedding in New York City. Fueled by jealousy and resentment, the girls embark on a night of debauchery that goes from playfully wasted to devastatingly destructive. Their old fears, unfulfilled desires and deep bonds with each other transform a prenuptial bender into a night they'll never forget. A wicked black comedy about female friendship and growing up in an age of excess."

So, why go contemporary after their recent adaptations of William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night and R&J? "Leslye Headland's Bachelorette struck an ugly-honest chord for me. It recklessly and unabashedly exposed about seven layers of the kind of truth that you don't want to admit could be found somewhere deep inside of you. I rarely meet such honest characters!" - shared Mary Ellen Schneider, MiY Artistic Director

Or, more eloquently stated: "It's rare to find a play this funny and this frightening. You can laugh yourself sick one moment, and in the next feel like you've been punched in the stomach. And even more amazingly, Leslye Headland ultimately shows you the truth of where these characters are coming from: how their cruelty and selfishness are coming from a place of deep, excruciating pain, and that people are very rarely exactly who you think they are." - Hannah Pell, MiY Executive Director

And what did Jessica Hanna, the director of Bachelorette, have to add? "I'm thrilled to be working with this young, female led company that is so devoted to theatrical storytelling. They have been making a name for themselves in the Los Angeles theater scene and I'm honored to be a part of their work." Thanks, Jessica! We love you too!

Mine is Yours's Bachelorette is proud have a handful of the best artists in Los Angeles on the team:

JESSICA HANNA (Director) is a Los Angeles based Theater Maker. She holds a BFA in Acting from the Theater School at DePaul University in Chicago. A believer in the creativity in the Los Angeles theater scene, she has worked as an actor, director, choreographer and producer all over Los Angeles with many companies and spaces including Open Fist, Sacred Fools, Evidence Room, John Anson Ford Amphitheatre, Greenway Court, Abundant Sugar, Occidental College, Atwater Village Theatre's Cabaret Space and Furious Theatre. She has also had the pleasure of working with Anne Bogart and the SITI Co. as an actor at the Getty Villa twice. In June 2006 she co-founded The Bootleg Theater and has been the Producing & Managing Director ever since. Through Bootleg she has produced and worked with hundreds of artists and companies, overseeing production of all the theatrical and dance performances at Bootleg. Most recently she directed Brandon Baruch's No Homo at the Hollywood Fringe (Winner Best New Play, Best Ensemble & Best Director) and at the New York Fringe.

MALLIN ALTER (Assistant Director) is a recent graduate of UCLA's School of Theatre, Film, and Television. She received training in Shakespeare at the Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum in Topanga. In the summer of 2012, she interned at Shakespeare Santa Cruz on their productions of Henry IV: Part II, and The Man in the Iron Mask. From 2012-2013, she served as president of the Shakespeare Company at UCLA, where she directed King Lear. In 2013, she joined the City Shakespeare Company in Santa Monica where she assistant directed The Merchant of Venice and Romeo and Juliet. She went on to produce and direct her own production of Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard.

MICHAEL BATES (Joe) is a recent graduate from California Institute of the Arts, where he received his MFA in Acting. He was most recently seen in the Speakeasy Society's Ebenezer at Golden Road Brewery, and has also worked with Theatricum Botanicum and the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival. He is a company member of LA-based company Things From Before, with which he performed in the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He is represented by Credence Talent and the Envy Agency.

ASHLEY LYNETTE BROWN (Gena and Regan U/S), a proud NYU Tisch grad, is stoked to be a part of this awesome cast and show! Past credits include: LA-  Summer School: the Stage Parody (dir. Patrick O'Sullivan), Tommy's Toy Shop (Dir. Alli Miller), Off-Bway- Show Way (Vital Theatre Company), Off-Off Bway- Color Blue (dir. Alexis Roblan), Rocket Science (dir. Brandon Ivie), Regional- Little Shop of Horrors (Darien Music Theatre), Once On This Island (dir. Nancy Maloy), Jesus Christ Superstar (Westchester Bway Theater), 2013 Finalist in acclaimed casting director Twinkie Byrd's Monologue Slam at the Hollywood Black Film Festival. Love to Mom, Dad, Moe, Janice, Nancy, and Aaron! www.AshleyLBrown.com

HAYLEY BROWN (Katie, Producer) Since graduating from USC's School of Theatre, Hayley has appeared in various productions around L.A. including: As You Like It & The Cherry Orchard with City Shakes, The Dining Room with The Promenade Playhouse, A Midsummer Night's Dream & Measure for Measure with Theatricum Botanicum, and Love & Terror with The Living Corps. She co-founded Mine is Yours Theatre Company & appeared as Viola in their first production of Twelfth Night and as Paris in their R&J. www.hayleybrown.squarespace.com

CHRIS FERRO (Jeff and Joe U/S) is originally from NY, and is thrilled to bring his deeply-instilled hustle to the laid back freeways of Los Angeles. He rapped his way to both an LA Weekly and Ovation Award nomination in Bash'd: A Gay Rap Opera @ the Celebration Theater, does all kinds of rando web shows and passion projects, and loves peanut butter way more than your average labradoodle. Pumped to be a part of a Mine is Yours production. Thanks to Nicole, Lesly Kahn, and the MiY team. Also Kanye West, because...Kanye.

SARAH LYDDAN (Gena) A recent graduate of UCLA's School of Theater, Film and Television, she earned her BA in Theater with an emphasis in Acting. Some of Sarah's UCLA credits include Georgie Porgie, Bremen Freedom and Desire Under the Elms with the late Gary Gardner. Sarah studied with the California Shakespeare Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theatre and Oregon Shakespeare Festival among others. She was last seen in The Cherry Orchard with City Shakes, The Part with TinyRhino Productions, and Pride and Prejudice at The Actor's Co-Op. She is honored to be joining this talented group of artists for the Mine Is Yours Theatre Company's production of Bachelorette!

DANE OLIVER (Jeff) is new to the Mine is Yours company this season. He has previously appeared in productions with The Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble, The Skylight Theatre, and most recently, Will Geer's Theatricum Botanicum, where his classical roles included Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream and Cordelia in Lear. His more contemporary credits include Sharpe in Equivocation, Merrick in The Elephant Man, and Padraic in The Lieutenant of Inishmore. He is glad to add Bachelorette to this list of theatrical experiences.

HANNAH PELL (Becky, Producer) has played Benvolia in R&J and Feste in Twelfth Night for Mine is Yours, Sir Hugh Evans in The Merry Wives of Windsor (directed by Nick Hutchison), a nun in Measure for Measure, a servant in Heartbreak House (Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum), Tiger Lily/Ump in Looking Glass Land (West Valley Playhouse), Hannah Pitt/Ethel Rosenberg/Henry/Oldest Living Bolshevik in Angels in America: Millennium Approaches and Perestroika, Olga in Three Sisters (both at the Powerhouse Theater), Pope Joan/Louise in Top Girls, and Girl in Boy's Life (Shiva Theater). BA in Drama from Vassar College.

MARY ELLEN SCHNEIDER (Producer) couldn't be prouder of this Bachelorette team! She came to LA (by way of New York) three years ago, and teamed up with Hannah and Hayley to make important stories come to life. She couldn't love it more! Thank you to every person who has ever been involved with or supported Mine is Yours. And thank you to everyone who supports live theatre (big and small) in LA! MFA in Acting from Columbia University.

CLOIE WYATT TAYLOR (Regan) is thrilled to be a part of Bachelorette. An NYU Tisch alum, CWT received her acting training from Atlantic Theater Company as well as Parallax Studio and Warner Loughlin Studios in Los Angeles. As a dancer, she has studied with the Dance Theater of Harlem, Debbie Allen, and internationally with the finest dance masters in Cuba. With her producer hat on, Cloie appears as "Tee" in the new, wine-based web show, THE GRAPE GIRLS, where it's literally "Any Wine, Any Time. Special thanks to Hannah, Jessica, and the fabulous company of Mine is Yours for this amazing chance to breathe and play. @alwayscloie www.thegrapegirls.com

MINE IS YOURS THEATRE COMPANY was born out of a few actors who met during Theatricum Botanicum's amazing summer stock in 2012. MiY's 6-actor-and-1-musician production of Twelfth Night premiered in January, then was revived at the 2014 Hollywood Fringe Festival where it received an extension and an Encore! Producers' Award. www.MineisYoursTC.com @MineisYoursTC


Press Contact: Hannah Pell, Executive Director

310-739-8065 MineisYourstc@gmail.com

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

October 28, 2014

 

FEELING ADVENTUROUS? MINE IS YOURS BRINGS YOU R&J

“These violent delights have violent ends”

~ Sister Laurence to Romea

 

Mine is Yours Theatre Company presents R&J, a gender-reversed Romeo and Juliet, at Theatre of NOTE in Hollywood for two weekends only! Playing November 7-16th, 2014.

 

Director Abby Craden is fired up and remarks: "We have discovered Shakespeare's poetry transcends time and gender and offers us the opportunity to experience R&J as a new play -- modern and feminist. It challenges us to question our traditional ideas about masculinity, femininity and sexuality and what is universally human in all of us."

 

“By using the text and reversing only the genders, the play takes on a whole new meaning and dimension," philosophizes Alan Blumenfeld, playing Nurse. And Cynthia Kania, playing Sister Laurence, chimes in, "Our gender reversed Romeo & Juliet gives a new route for a familiar journey -- the emotional rest stops and plot points are the same but unexpected values and new meanings arise when the opposite gender says the same words."

 

The Montagues, and in particular Romea, are wild and Bohemian. The Capulets are traditional and religious, led by a hot-headed woman and her reticent, timid husband. The most chaste and devout of the Capulets is young Julian. The feud between these families is deep-seated, and the violence simmering in the streets of Verona can no longer be ignored. And that's all before the play even begins.

 

Get tickets online at www.MineisYourstc.com! Tickets are $15 for general admission, $12 for groups of eight or more (Discount Code: MIYGROUP).

 

ALAN BLUMENFELD* (NURSE): As a professional actor for the past 40 years, Alan has a long history of work in film, television and theater. Some of his credits include: Theatricum Botanicum: Cecil/Nate, Equivocation; Gloucester, Lear; Lavatch, All's Well; Frank Gulick, Tone Clusters; Mangan, Heartbreak House; Wolff, Royal Family; Falstaff, Merry Wives of Windsor (LA Drama Critics Circle Award); Autolycus, Winter’s Tale; Matt Friedman, Talley's Folly (with his wife Katherine James); many others. A Noise Within: Matamore, The Illusion; Scrub, Beaux Strategem; Morty, Awake and Sing (Ovation Nominee Best Production, LADCC Nominee Best Revival 2010); Pa Ubu, Ubu Roi; Bottom, A Midsummer Night's Dream Hollywood Bowl; many others. South Coast Repertory Theater: Felix/Beaupertuis, An Italian Straw Hat; David, A Feminine Ending; Eddie Brock, Born Yesterday. Odyssey Theatre: Mr. Peachum, Three Penny Opera; Jean, Rhinoceros (Drama-Logue, Garland Awards). Broadway and First National Tour: Neil Simon’s Laughter on the 23rd Floor. TV: more than 300 guest starring roles including: ShamelessMurder in the FirstArrested DevelopmentCastle, ParenthoodHeroes (recurring). Film: The Interview Righteous KillIn Her Shoes, The RingHeartbreakers, Bob Buss 2gether for MTV, Tin Men.

HAYLEY BROWN (PARIS): Since graduating from USC's School of Theatre, Hayley has appeared in various productions around L.A. including: As You Like It The Cherry Orchard with City Shakes, The Dining Room with The Promenade Playhouse, A Midsummer Night's Dream Measure for Measure with Theatricum Botanicum, and Love & Terror with The Living Corps. She co-founded Mine is Yours Theatre Company & appeared as Viola in their first production of Twelfth Night.

CHARLES M. HOWELL IV (CAPULET'S HUSBAND): Most recently played Polonius in Hamlet. He has worked with many of the people in this company at the Theatricum Botanicum, in The Taming of the ShrewA Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Measure for Measure, where his Barnardine was hailed by the L.A. Times as a “first-rate comic performance.” He has won three Emmys as a writer and producer on the animated TV shows Pinky & the Brain and Animaniacs, under executive producer Steven Spielberg. 

KATHERINE JAMES* (CAPULET): Before L.A. - A.C.T, Little Fox Theater, Berkeley Stage, Ashland, P.C.P.A. L.A - Theatricum: Member since 1985 - Winter’s Tale, Talley’s Folly, Lysistrata 2003, Heartbreak HouseTone Clusters. Actor, Writer, Director for Seedlings Program. Other L.A.: Globe: Twelfth Night, Theater Theatre: Waiting for the Parade. Artistic Director of Free Association Theatre. Proud member of AEA, MFA A.C.T. Check out katherinejamesplays.com. Smitten by Alan Blumenfeld. For Daddy, who instilled an eternal love of the Bard. 

CINDY KANIA (SISTER LAURENCE): MFA in acting from the University of Southern California. L.A. premieres - Edmond, Women Behind BarsImmaculate Heart, Bleacher Bums. Theatricum Botanicum - Macbeth, Tone ClustersRichard IIIMuch Ado About Nothing. Cindy is Theatricum’s Youth Programs Manager; noted youth acting teacher/director there and at numerous L.A. schools and studios. She has appeared on many TV shows, films, and commercials; partner at the Sport of Acting with her husband, Vinny Guastaferro. 

HANNAH PELL (BENVOLIA): Hannah has played Feste in Twelfth Night for Mine is Yours, Sir Hugh Evans in The Merry Wives of Windsor (directed by Nick Hutchison), a nun in Measure for Measure, a servant in Heartbreak House (Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum), Tiger Lily/Ump in Looking Glass Land (West Valley Playhouse), Hannah Pitt/Ethel Rosenberg/Henry/Oldest Living Bolshevik in Angels in America: Millennium Approaches and Perestroika, Olga in Three Sisters (both at the Powerhouse Theater), Pope Joan/Louise in Top Girls, and Girl in Boy's Life (Shiva Theater). BA in Drama from Vassar College. 

WENDY PIGOTT (MONTAGUE/APOTHECARY): Actor/Singer/Songwriter/Producer. A Grammy-winning songwriter and producer with songs on multi-platinum selling albums worldwide. Company member of Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum. Studied Theatre and Media Arts (LAVC). Holds B.A. (Hons) in English (Warwick University). Theatre: LearMerlinEquusImportance Of Being Earnest (Lady Bracknell), Anything Goes. Film: Heaven’s RainFrienemies, Disney/Pixar’s Brave audiobooks (VO). Written and sung on Disney’s Tinkerbell, Princess And The Frog, Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Woody Allen’s Oscar-winner Blue Jasmine.

TAYLOR JACKSON ROSS (MERCUTIA): Taylor Jackson Ross is a Los Angeles born actor and has worked in theaters from Topanga to Glendale. She has been working with Theatricum Botanicum for the past four years. Most recently she has performed as the Duchess of Albany in the gender-reversed Lear, and as Judith in Equivocation, both with Theatricum.

MARY ELLEN SCHNEIDER (ROMEA): LA Theatre: Olivia/Sir Andrew in Twelfth Night (Mine is Yours, Hollywood Fringe Encore! Award Winner), Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Theatricum Botanicum). NY Theatre: Irina in Three Sisters and Moth in Love’s Labor’s Lost (directed by Andrei Serban), Phoebe in As You Like It (Classic Stage Company), Lady Anne in Richard III, Nina in The Seagull and The Pupil in The Lesson (ColumbiaSTAGES). She’s thrilled to be a part of Mine is Yours’ second production: R&J! She holds an MFA in Acting from Columbia University. Visit www.maryellenschneider.com for more info.

CAITLIN STEGEMOLLER (PRINCESS): Caitlin is beyond thrilled to be a part of this incredible cast. Caitlin is a graduate from The University of Arizona and got her BFA in Musical Theatre in 2013. She most recently performed in Theatricum Botanicum's season, getting the chance to work on three of The Bard's plays. Some favorite roles include Carla in Nine, The Nurse in The Sunshine Boys, and The Baker's Wife in Into The Woods. Huge thanks to Abby and the whole creative team for this opportunity. Check her out at www.caitlinstegemoller.com.

PAUL TURBIAK* (JULIAN): Paul Turbiak has appeared onstage all over Los Angeles— including The Geffen Playhouse, LATC, the Colony Theatre, A Noise Within, Actors Co-op, Son of Semele, and REDCAT. He is a company member at the Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum, where he has performed in numerous productions, most recently Equivocation by Bill Cain. He holds an MFA in Acting from California Institute of the Arts, and a BA in Theater from Gordon College.

SARAH KAY WATSON (TYBALT): Sarah received her MFA in Acting from UCLA's department of Theater, Film and Television. A member of the Los Angeles Theater Ensemble and Ark Theater Company, and affiliated with Sierra Madre Playhouse. Favorite roles include Elna Danner in Adeline's play, Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet, and Rachel in Good PrisonerR&J is Sarah's debut with Mine Is Yours Theater Company. She would like to thank her friends and family for their support.

ABBY CRADEN* (DIRECTOR): Abby Craden is a Resident Artist with A Noise Within and long-time company member at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum. Her directing credits include the world premiere of Plastic Crystal at The Open Fist Theatre, assistant director of The Cherry Orchard at Theatricum, as well as many showcase scenes. She is very excited to direct R&J as her first full-length Shakespeare. She is an award-winning stage actress and most recently played the “Bastard” in Theatricum’s critically acclaimed Lear. She has also worked in regional theatres in Portland, Palm Springs, Santa Fe and Santa Barbara. Her voice can be heard in national commercials, animation, video games and over 100 audio books. 

MINE IS YOURS THEATRE COMPANY: Born out of a few actors who met during Theatricum Botanicum's amazing summer stock in 2012, Mine is Yours is growing steadily with the support of a strong audience following and killer artists! They started with a 6-actor-and-1-musician production of Twelfth Night that was so well-received in its first run in January, that they brought it to the Hollywood Fringe Festival in June, and won an Encore! Producers’ Award and an extension in July.

* Member of Actors' Equity Association, The Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States

 WHAT:         R&J 
                     
a gender-reversed Romeo and Juliet

TAGLINE:     In Shakespeare's time, people went to hear a play.
                    
Hear the play like you've never seen it before.

WHO:           Mine is Yours Theatre Company
                     Director: Abby Craden*
                     Production Stage Manager: Shen Heckel
                     Production Assistant: Amanda Newman
                     Fight Choreographer: Aaron Hendry*
                     Sound Designer: Ian Flanders
                     Lighting & Props Designer: Shen Heckel

                     Featuring: Alan Blumenfeld*, Hayley Brown, Charles M. Howell IV, Katherine James*, Cynthia Kania,
                     Wendy Pigott, Hannah Pell, Taylor Jackson Ross, Mary Ellen Schneider, Caitlin Stegemoller, Paul Turbiak*,
                     Sarah Kay Watson, and featuring live musical accompaniment by Frank Weidner
                     *Member of Actors' Equity Association, The Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States

WHERE:       Theatre of NOTE
                     1517 N. Cahuenga Blvd.
                     Los Angeles, CA 90028

WHEN:         November 7-16, 2014
                     Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
                     Sundays at 3pm & 7pm

TICKETS:     $15 general admission
                     www.brownpapertickets.com/event/866247

WEBSITE:    www.MineisYourstc.com
                     www.facebook.com/MineisYourstc
                     www.twitter.com/MineisYourstc


Press Contact: Hannah Pell, Executive Director

MineisYourstc@gmail.com

For more information visit: www.MineisYourstc.com

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

September 19, 2014

 

MINE IS YOURS ANNOUNCES UPCOMING PRODUCTION

R&J (Shakespeare’s Text, Gender-Reversed)

 

On September 15, 2014, Mine is Yours officially announced their upcoming production of R&J, William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, edited and gender-reversed by Hannah Pell, and directed by the bold and brilliant Abby Craden*.

 

R&J will feature Alan Blumenfeld* as Nurse, Hayley Brown as Paris, Charles M. Howell IV as Capulet’s Husband, Katherine James* as Capulet, Cynthia Kania as Sister Laurence, Wendy Pigott as Montague and Apothecary, Hannah Pell as Benvolia, Taylor Jackson Ross as Mercutia, Mary Ellen Schneider as Romea, Caitlin Stegemoller as Princess, Paul Turbiak* as Julian, and Sarah Watson as Tybalt (*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, The Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States).

 

The Montague family is liberal and sexually free, particularly the wild and Bohemian daughter Romea. The Capulets are a traditional, religious family (led by a hot-headed woman and her reticent and timid husband), the most chaste and devout of whom is young Julian. Their feud is deep-seated, and the violence simmering in the streets of Verona can no longer be ignored. And that's all before the play even begins.

 

Mine is Yours Theatre Company knew that they wanted their next production to be a fully gender-reversed Shakespeare classic for several reasons: a lack of gender parity is still prevalent across the entertainment industry; Shakespeare’s characters embody such fundamental truths about human nature that their words translate beautifully from one gender to another; and separating the words Shakespeare wrote for Romeo, Juliet, the Nurse, etc. from the genders we associate them with both reveals often-overlooked facets of those characters and challenges our assumptions about what it means to be a man or a woman.

 

We didn’t want to do a gender-reversed production because we think Shakespeare’s female roles are uninteresting. Quite the contrary! Shakespeare wrote extraordinary roles for women! But given the theatrical and legal constraints of his era, he understandably wrote primarily male characters.” Mine is Yours executive director Hannah Pell continues, “In both classical and modern theatre, we consider it normal to NOT see women on the stage.” Across Shakespeare’s plays, the gender breakdown of roles is 84% male, 12% female, and 4% gender-ambiguous (the “servants,” “messengers,” etc.). That doesn’t accurately reflect the world at all. All the world’s a stage where the gender breakdown is about 50/50. “If we just wait for it to become normal to see an equal number of women and men on the stage, it will never happen. Change doesn’t come through lamenting the status quo.”

 

Men and women have been under-served by age-old gender stereotypes in fiction as well as by a lack of gender parity. During the callbacks for Romea and Julian, director Abby Craden vented, “I’m just tired of – maybe it’s because I have a son – but I’m tired of the women always being the honorable ones and the men always being the lust-driven ones.” What would be revealed about the complex characters at the center of Shakespeare’s most famous romance—and about the nature of men and women—if the more impulsive, poetic one is the woman, and the more thoughtful, reflective one is the man? 

 

In Shakespeare's time, people went to hear a play. Today, we go see a play. “Hear the play like you've never seen it before.”

 

Mine is Yours Theatre Company, born out of a few actors who met during Theatricum Botanicum's amazing summer stock in 2012, is growing steadily with the support of a strong audience following and killer artists! They started with a 6-actor-and-1-musician production of Twelfth Night that was so well-received in its first run in January, that they brought it to the Hollywood Fringe Festival in June, and won an Encore! Producers’ Award and an extension in July.

 

WHAT: R&J

William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, edited and gender-reversed by Hannah Pell 

 

TAGLINE: In Shakespeare's time, people went to hear a play.

Hear the play like you've never seen it before.

 

WHO: Mine is Yours Theatre Company

Directed by Abby Craden*

Assistant Directed by Elisabet Johannesdottir

Stage Managed by Shen Heckel

Featuring: Alan Blumenfeld*, Hayley Brown, Charles M. Howell IV, Katherine James*, Cynthia Kania, Wendy Pigott, Hannah Pell, Taylor Jackson Ross, Mary Ellen Schneider, Caitlin Stegemoller, Paul Turbiak*, and Sarah Watson

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, The Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States

 

WHERE: Theatre of NOTE         

1517 N. Cahuenga Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90028

 

WHEN: November 7-16, 2014               

Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm

Sundays at 3pm and 7pm

 

TICKETS: $15 general admission, available starting 10/17

 

WEBSITE: www.MineisYourstc.com

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