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Long Ago and Far Away (and other plays)
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written by David Ives, 1950-; directed by Ron West; performed by Richard Kind, 1965-, Nia Vardalos, 1962-, Tom Virtue, 1957-, Jane Brucker, 1959-, Arye Gross, Dinah Beth Manoff, 1958-, Ian Gomez, 1964- and Samantha Bennett (L. A. Theatre Works, 1995, originally published 1995), 1 hour 34 mins, 94 page(s)
A series of short comedic works from playwright David Ives, with subjects ranging from the Lindbergh baby to chimps typing literary classics. The title work is a more serious, nostalgic look at two generations of apartment dwellers who meet in a time warp.
written by David Ives, 1950-; directed by Ron West; performed by Richard Kind, 1965-, Nia Vardalos, 1962-, Tom Virtue, 1957-, Jane Brucker, 1959-, Arye Gross, Dinah Beth Manoff, 1958-, Ian Gomez, 1964- and Samantha Bennett (L. A. Theatre Works, 1995, originally published 1995), 1 hour 34 mins, 94 page(s)
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Lost in Yonkers
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written by Neil Simon, 1927-2018 (1991); directed by John Rubinstein, 1946-; performed by Ben Diskin, 1982-, Kenneth Schmidt, 1987-, Arye Gross, Roxanne Hart, Barbara Bain, 1931-, Dan Castellaneta, 1957- and Gia Carides, 1964- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2002, originally published 1991), 1 hour 56 mins
Set in Yonkers, New York in 1942, two boys, aged 13 and 16, must spend one year with their austere and demanding grandmother. While the war rages in Europe, Jay and Arty learn the ropes from Uncle Louie and assorted relatives, all peculiar characters.
written by Neil Simon, 1927-2018 (1991); directed by John Rubinstein, 1946-; performed by Ben Diskin, 1982-, Kenneth Schmidt, 1987-, Arye Gross, Roxanne Hart, Barbara Bain, 1931-, Dan Castellaneta, 1957- and Gia Carides, 1964- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2002, originally published 1991), 1 hour 56 mins
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Twilight's Last Gleaming
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written by Harry Shearer, 1943-; directed by Harry Shearer, 1943-; performed by Fran Adams, Ed Begley, Jr., 1949-, Judyann Elder, 1948-, Arye Gross, Daniel Passer, Richard Masur, 1948-, Harry Shearer, 1943-, Fred Willard, 1939- and Kenneth Alan Williams (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, originally published 2000), 24 mins, 24 page(s)
Harry Shearer’s parody of a presidential election. In this fantasy, Bob Dole Jr. faces off against a wrestler named Greenberg as they fight for one family’s votes by camping out in their living room.
written by Harry Shearer, 1943-; directed by Harry Shearer, 1943-; performed by Fran Adams, Ed Begley, Jr., 1949-, Judyann Elder, 1948-, Arye Gross, Daniel Passer, Richard Masur, 1948-, Harry Shearer, 1943-, Fred Willard, 1939- and Kenneth Alan Williams (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, originally published 2000), 24 mins, 24 page(s)
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Buk: The Life and Times of Charles Bukowski
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written by Paul Peditto (1992); directed by Frank Condon, 1943-; performed by Pucho Brown, 1938-, Harris Yulin, 1937-, Tom Lillard, fl. 1964-1996, John Diehl, 1950-, Arye Gross, Emily Heebner, Thom McCleister, George Murdock, 1930-, Laurie O'Brien, 1932-, Jill Remez, Rubén Sierra, 1947-1998 and John-David Keller (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, originally published 1992), 1 hour 29 mins
In Buk: The Life and Times of Charles Bukowski, Paul Peditto presents an often tragic, often funny look at the life of a great American poet, based on poetry and stories by Charles Bukowski.
written by Paul Peditto (1992); directed by Frank Condon, 1943-; performed by Pucho Brown, 1938-, Harris Yulin, 1937-, Tom Lillard, fl. 1964-1996, John Diehl, 1950-, Arye Gross, Emily Heebner, Thom McCleister, George Murdock, 1930-, Laurie O'Brien, 1932-, Jill Remez, Rubén Sierra, 1947-1998 and John-David Keller (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, originally published 1992), 1 hour 29 mins
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Hotel Oubliette
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written by Jane Anderson (2000); directed by Jenny Sullivan, 1947-; performed by Ed Asner, 1929-, Thomas Caruso, Arye Gross and Marsha Mason, 1942- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2004, originally published 2004), 1 hour 26 mins
Inspired by the released American hostages, Hotel Oubliette is a darkly comedic play that explores what happens when two emotionally disconnected men are chained to a post with an endless amount of time stretching before them.
written by Jane Anderson (2000); directed by Jenny Sullivan, 1947-; performed by Ed Asner, 1929-, Thomas Caruso, Arye Gross and Marsha Mason, 1942- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2004, originally published 2004), 1 hour 26 mins
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The Idiot
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written by Fyodor Dostoevsky, 1821-1881 (1995); directed by Eric Simonson, 1960-; performed by Ed Asner, 1929-, Angela Bettis, Arye Gross, John Kapelos, 1956-, Robert Machray, 1945-, Jon Matthews, Johanna McKay, Paul Mercier, Laurel Moglen, Michael Rivkin, Peggy Roeder, Douglas Weston and Kate Asner (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, originally published 1995), 1 hour 44 mins
In The Idiot, meet the kindly, childlike Prince Myshkin, as he returns to the decadent social whirl of 1860s St. Petersberg. The two most beautiful, sought-after women in the town compete for his affections, in a duel that grows increasingly dangerous.
written by Fyodor Dostoevsky, 1821-1881 (1995); directed by Eric Simonson, 1960-; performed by Ed Asner, 1929-, Angela Bettis, Arye Gross, John Kapelos, 1956-, Robert Machray, 1945-, Jon Matthews, Johanna McKay, Paul Mercier, Laurel Moglen, Michael Rivkin, Peggy Roeder, Douglas Weston and Kate Asner (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, originally published 1995), 1 hour 44 mins
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Mastergate
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written by Larry Gelbart, 1928-2009 (1988); directed by Dudley Knight; performed by Walter Matthau, 1920-2000, Harold Gould, 1923-2010, Harris Yulin, 1937-, Ed Asner, 1929-, Charles Durning, 1923-2012, John Randolph, 1915-2004, Melanie Chartoff, 1948-, Jack Coleman, 1958-, Eric Douglas, 1958-2004, Judyann Elder, 1948-, Hector Elizondo, 1936-, Robin Gammell, Arye Gross, Dudley Knight, William Schallert, Joe Spano, 1946- and Jesse White, 1917-1997 (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2009, originally published 1990), 1 hour 53 mins
The Tony Award-winning playwright and creator of TV's M*A*S*H has fashioned a wickedly funny satire about the Iran-Contra Senate hearings and their participants. A top-notch Hollywood cast, headed by Walter Matthau, brings this scathing comedy to life.
written by Larry Gelbart, 1928-2009 (1988); directed by Dudley Knight; performed by Walter Matthau, 1920-2000, Harold Gould, 1923-2010, Harris Yulin, 1937-, Ed Asner, 1929-, Charles Durning, 1923-2012, John Randolph, 1915-2004, Melanie Chartoff, 1948-, Jack Coleman, 1958-, Eric Douglas, 1958-2004, Judyann Elder, 1948-, Hector Elizondo, 1936-, Robin Gammell, Arye Gross, Dudley Knight, William Schallert, Joe Spano, 1946- and Jesse White, 1917-1997 (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2009, originally published 1990), 1 hour 53 mins
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Moving Bodies
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written by Arthur Girón, 1937- (2000); directed by Rosalind Ayres, 1946-; performed by Emily Bergl, 1975-, Jessica Chastain, 1977-, Jill Gascoine, 1937-, Matthew Gaydos, Harry Groener, 1951-, Arye Gross, Mark Harelik, Kathryn Hahn, 1974-, Katharine Leonard, Mary McGowan, Alec Medlock, 1990-, Jenny O'Hara, 1942-, Raphael Sbarge, 1964-, Joe Spano, 1946- and John Vickery (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2008, originally published 2008), 1 hour 58 mins
MOVING BODIES is a chronicle of the brilliant life of Nobel Prize-winning scientist and mathematician Richard Feynman. From his integral role in the development of the atomic bomb to his controversial testimony in front of the Rogers Commission investigating the Challenger disaster Richard Feynman cast a long shad...
written by Arthur Girón, 1937- (2000); directed by Rosalind Ayres, 1946-; performed by Emily Bergl, 1975-, Jessica Chastain, 1977-, Jill Gascoine, 1937-, Matthew Gaydos, Harry Groener, 1951-, Arye Gross, Mark Harelik, Kathryn Hahn, 1974-, Katharine Leonard, Mary McGowan, Alec Medlock, 1990-, Jenny O'Hara, 1942-, Raphael Sbarge, 1964-, Joe Spano, 1946- and John Vickery (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2008, originally published 2008), 1 hour 58 mins
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Forty-Two Stories
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written by Douglas Post (1997); directed by Susan V. Booth; performed by Fran Adams, Samantha Bennett, Dan Butler, 1954-, Arye Gross, Michael Luckerman, Charlie Robinson, Tom Virtue, 1957-, Fred Willard, 1939- and Ed Begley, Jr., 1949- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2009, originally published 1997), 1 hour 39 mins
Forty-Two Stories is a comedy about life in a high-rise condominium. A professional student from the University of Chicago is moonlighting as janitor. A stressed-out apartment manager is at odds with the residents and on the edge of a nervous breakdown. And a motley assortment of other staff members struggles with...
written by Douglas Post (1997); directed by Susan V. Booth; performed by Fran Adams, Samantha Bennett, Dan Butler, 1954-, Arye Gross, Michael Luckerman, Charlie Robinson, Tom Virtue, 1957-, Fred Willard, 1939- and Ed Begley, Jr., 1949- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2009, originally published 1997), 1 hour 39 mins
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Incident at Vichy
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written by Arthur Miller, 1915-2005 (1964); directed by Richard Masur, 1948-; performed by Ben Diskin, 1982-, Arye Gross, Jamie Hanes, Andrew Hawkes, George Itzin, Robert Lesser, 1938-, Jon Matthews, Raphael Sbarge, 1964-, Armin Shimerman, 1949-, Shahar Sorek, 1975- and Lawrence Pressman, 1939- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1967, originally published 1967), 1 hour 12 mins
In a small and dark room, nine men are assembled under a shadowy pretext. As the tension builds, the men are questioned - are they the sort of people whom the new Nazi regime considers "inferior?"
written by Arthur Miller, 1915-2005 (1964); directed by Richard Masur, 1948-; performed by Ben Diskin, 1982-, Arye Gross, Jamie Hanes, Andrew Hawkes, George Itzin, Robert Lesser, 1938-, Jon Matthews, Raphael Sbarge, 1964-, Armin Shimerman, 1949-, Shahar Sorek, 1975- and Lawrence Pressman, 1939- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1967, originally published 1967), 1 hour 12 mins
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