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After the Fall
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written by Arthur Miller, 1915-2005 (1964); directed by Richard Masur, 1948-; performed by Amy Aquino, Amy Brenneman, 1964-, Gregory Itzin, 1948-, Anthony LaPaglia, 1959-, Amy Pietz, 1969-, Al Ruscio, 1924- and Kenny Williams, 1963- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1964, originally published 1964), 2 hours 6 mins
Arthur Miller’s famous autobiographical drama takes place inside the tortured mind of a 40-year- old lawyer. Quentin is haunted by his disastrous affair with a needy sex symbol - a character rumored to be based on Marilyn Monroe, Miller’s second wife.
written by Arthur Miller, 1915-2005 (1964); directed by Richard Masur, 1948-; performed by Amy Aquino, Amy Brenneman, 1964-, Gregory Itzin, 1948-, Anthony LaPaglia, 1959-, Amy Pietz, 1969-, Al Ruscio, 1924- and Kenny Williams, 1963- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1964, originally published 1964), 2 hours 6 mins
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All My Sons
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written by Arthur Miller, 1915-2005 (1947); directed by Nick Olcott; performed by Julie Harris, 1925-2013, James Farentino, 1938-, Arye Gross, Naomi Jacobson, Barbara Klein, Paul Morella, Michaeleen O'Neil, Nathan Taylor, 2002-, Jerry Whiddon and Mitchell Herbert (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1974, originally published 1974), 1 hour 43 mins
World War II is over and a family, mourning a son missing in action, plants a memorial tree and tries to go on with their lives. A storm blows down the tree and a devastating family secret is uprooted, setting the characters on a terrifying journey towards truth. A classic American drama.
written by Arthur Miller, 1915-2005 (1947); directed by Nick Olcott; performed by Julie Harris, 1925-2013, James Farentino, 1938-, Arye Gross, Naomi Jacobson, Barbara Klein, Paul Morella, Michaeleen O'Neil, Nathan Taylor, 2002-, Jerry Whiddon and Mitchell Herbert (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1974, originally published 1974), 1 hour 43 mins
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Anna Christie
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written by Eugene O'Neill, 1888-1953 (1920); directed by Eric Simonson, 1960-; performed by Stacy Keach, 1941-, Dwier Brown, 1959-, Maurice Chasse, Alison Elliott, 1970-, Scott Lowell, 1965- and Alley Mills, 1951- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2006, originally published 1922), 1 hour 41 mins
The passion of a coal barge captain’s daughter and a rough-hewn sailor takes a tumultuous turn when her secret past is revealed. Nobel laureate Eugene O’Neill won the second of his four Pulitzer Prizes for this heroic classic
written by Eugene O'Neill, 1888-1953 (1920); directed by Eric Simonson, 1960-; performed by Stacy Keach, 1941-, Dwier Brown, 1959-, Maurice Chasse, Alison Elliott, 1970-, Scott Lowell, 1965- and Alley Mills, 1951- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2006, originally published 1922), 1 hour 41 mins
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Black Water: An American Opera
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written by Joyce Carol Oates, 1938- (1997); directed by Gordon Hunt, 1929-; composed by John Duffy, 1926-; performed by Patrick Mason, Karen Burlingame, David Lee Brewer, Stephanie Buckley, Reid Bruton, Kimberly Graham, Linda Kerns, 1953-, Erin Langston, John Savarese and Rob Chacklett (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1997, originally published 1997), 1 hour 34 mins
Based on National Book Award-winner Joyce Carol Oates’ novella about the Chappaquiddick scandal, this tragic and beautiful new opera enthralls as a handsome Senator uses power to enchant, seduce and carelessly destroy.
written by Joyce Carol Oates, 1938- (1997); directed by Gordon Hunt, 1929-; composed by John Duffy, 1926-; performed by Patrick Mason, Karen Burlingame, David Lee Brewer, Stephanie Buckley, Reid Bruton, Kimberly Graham, Linda Kerns, 1953-, Erin Langston, John Savarese and Rob Chacklett (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1997, originally published 1997), 1 hour 34 mins
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The Chicago Conspiracy Trial
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written by Peter Goodchild (1993); directed by Martin Jenkins and John Theocharis, fl. 1962; performed by Tom Amandes, 1959-, George Murdock, 1930-, Mike Nussbaum, 1923-, David Schwimmer, 1966- and Ron West (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1993, originally published 1993), 1 hour 49 mins
Reality is stranger than fiction when seven 1960’s radicals refuse to behave in Judge Julius Hoffman’s courtroom. Based on actual trial transcripts and starring a cast of top Chicago actors, this play centers on events following the protests and riots during the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago.
written by Peter Goodchild (1993); directed by Martin Jenkins and John Theocharis, fl. 1962; performed by Tom Amandes, 1959-, George Murdock, 1930-, Mike Nussbaum, 1923-, David Schwimmer, 1966- and Ron West (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1993, originally published 1993), 1 hour 49 mins
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Crimes of the Heart
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written by Beth Henley, 1952- (1978); directed by Gordon House; performed by Ray Baker, 1948-, Arye Gross, Glenne Headly, 1955-2017, Sondra Locke, 1944-, Belita Moreno, 1951- and Donna Bullock (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1982, originally published 1982), 1 hour 59 mins
This is a deeply touching and funny play about three eccentric sisters from a small Southern town rocked by scandal when Babe, the youngest, shoots her husband. Humor and pathos abound as the sisters unite with an intense young lawyer to save Babe from a murder charge, and overcome their family’s painful past
written by Beth Henley, 1952- (1978); directed by Gordon House; performed by Ray Baker, 1948-, Arye Gross, Glenne Headly, 1955-2017, Sondra Locke, 1944-, Belita Moreno, 1951- and Donna Bullock (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1982, originally published 1982), 1 hour 59 mins
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written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, 1973- (2010); directed by Bart DeLorenzo; performed by Steven Culp, Pamela J. Gray, Simon Helberg, Jamison Jones and Jarrett Sleeper; in Doctor Cerberus (L. A. Theatre Works, 2010, originally published 2010), 5 mins
Thirteen-year-old Franklin Robertson is trying to survive adolescence. His parents don’t understand him, his brother torments him, he has no friends, and he’s more interested in the high school quarterback than any girl. The one bright spot in his life is the glow of the black-and-white TV in his parents’...
written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, 1973- (2010); directed by Bart DeLorenzo; performed by Steven Culp, Pamela J. Gray, Simon Helberg, Jamison Jones and Jarrett Sleeper; in Doctor Cerberus (L. A. Theatre Works, 2010, originally published 2010), 5 mins
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A Fair Country
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written by Jon Robin Baitz, 1961- (1994); directed by Jace Alexander, 1964-; performed by Maddie Corman, 1969-, Kurt Deutsch, 1966-, David Dukes, 1945-2000, George Gaynes, 1917-2016, Chuma Hunter-Gault, Judith Ivey, 1951-, Matt McGrath, 1969- and Kurtwood Smith, 1943- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1994, originally published 1994), 1 hour 35 mins
A well-meaning American diplomat in South Africa tries to pacify his ferociously combative wife and anti-apartheid activist son by being reassigned to The Hague. But peace is hard to come by, and at an elegant New Year's Eve party, a harrowing betrayal is revealed.
written by Jon Robin Baitz, 1961- (1994); directed by Jace Alexander, 1964-; performed by Maddie Corman, 1969-, Kurt Deutsch, 1966-, David Dukes, 1945-2000, George Gaynes, 1917-2016, Chuma Hunter-Gault, Judith Ivey, 1951-, Matt McGrath, 1969- and Kurtwood Smith, 1943- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1994, originally published 1994), 1 hour 35 mins
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Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde
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written by Moisés Kaufman, 1963- (1997); directed by Brendon Fox; performed by JB Blanc, 1969-, Dakin Matthews, 1943-, Ian Ogilvy, 1943-, Peter Paige, 1969-, Julian Sands, 1958-, Simon Templeman, John Vickery, Douglas Weston and Matt Wolf, 1972- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2009, originally published 1997), 2 hours
In three short months, Oscar Wilde, the most celebrated playwright and wit of Victorian England, was toppled from the apex of British society into humiliation and ruin. Drawing from trial documents, newspaper accounts, and writings of the key players, Moisés Kaufman ignites an incendiary mix of sex and censorship...
written by Moisés Kaufman, 1963- (1997); directed by Brendon Fox; performed by JB Blanc, 1969-, Dakin Matthews, 1943-, Ian Ogilvy, 1943-, Peter Paige, 1969-, Julian Sands, 1958-, Simon Templeman, John Vickery, Douglas Weston and Matt Wolf, 1972- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2009, originally published 1997), 2 hours
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Henceforward...
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written by Sir Alan Ayckbourn, 1939- (1987); directed by Martin Jarvis, 1941-; performed by Anne Heche, 1969-, Jared Harris, 1961-, Jack Davenport, 1973-, Paula Jane Newman, Moira Quirk, 1968- and Darren Richardson (L. A. Theatre Works, 2010, originally published 2010), 2 hours 23 mins, 143 page(s)
Starring Anne Heche and Jared Harris, the hilarious Henceforward... is one of Alan Ayckbourn’s most unusual works. In the near-future, a composer with creative block tries to re-unite with his estranged wife and daughter, hoping their reconciliation will free his mind to create his greatest musical masterpiece....
written by Sir Alan Ayckbourn, 1939- (1987); directed by Martin Jarvis, 1941-; performed by Anne Heche, 1969-, Jared Harris, 1961-, Jack Davenport, 1973-, Paula Jane Newman, Moira Quirk, 1968- and Darren Richardson (L. A. Theatre Works, 2010, originally published 2010), 2 hours 23 mins, 143 page(s)
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