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The House of Blue Leaves
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written by John Guare, 1938- (1966); directed by Howard Shalwitz; performed by Ron Leibman, 1937-, Mary Teresa Fortuna, Sharon Gless, 1943-, Deb Gottesman, Christopher Lane, Cam Magee, Jennifer Mendenhall, Jessica Walter, 1941- and Michael Willis, 1949- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2006, originally published 1971), 1 hour 34 mins
This poignant Obie Award-winning comedy unfolds in New York City on the day the Pope is expected to visit. Hearts are palpitating in the sleepy borough of Queens, but not entirely on account of His Holiness. Bunny Flingus, a femme-fatale from Flushing (or thereabouts), is stirring things up in the quiet, unfulfill...
written by John Guare, 1938- (1966); directed by Howard Shalwitz; performed by Ron Leibman, 1937-, Mary Teresa Fortuna, Sharon Gless, 1943-, Deb Gottesman, Christopher Lane, Cam Magee, Jennifer Mendenhall, Jessica Walter, 1941- and Michael Willis, 1949- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2006, originally published 1971), 1 hour 34 mins
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Thank You, Jeeves
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written by P.G. Wodehouse, 1881-1975 (1956); directed by Rosalind Ayres, 1946-; performed by Ken Danziger, Simon Templeman, Jennifer Tilly, 1958- and Paxton Whitehead, 1937- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2001, originally published 1956), 1 hour 30 mins
The perpetually misguided Bertie finds himself embroiled in a madcap adventure sparked by the abrupt departure of his beloved Jeeves. Featuring ‘Hizzoner’ Richard Riordan as blustering American millionaire J. Washburn Stoker.
written by P.G. Wodehouse, 1881-1975 (1956); directed by Rosalind Ayres, 1946-; performed by Ken Danziger, Simon Templeman, Jennifer Tilly, 1958- and Paxton Whitehead, 1937- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2001, originally published 1956), 1 hour 30 mins
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The Autumn Garden
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written by Lillian Hellman, 1905-1984 (1951); directed by JoBeth Williams, 1948-; performed by Julie Harris, 1925-2013, David Clennon, 1943-, Roxanne Hart, Glenne Headly, 1955-2017, Tracy Maddendorf, 1970-, Lynne Marta, 1948-, Gates McFadden, 1949-, David Selby, 1941-, Jeronimo Spinx, Mary Steenburgen, 1953-, Eric Stoltz, 1961- and Scott Wolff, 1968- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1952, originally published 1952), 2 hours 24 mins
As the summer of 1949 draws to a close, a group of middle-aged friends are gathering for their annual retreat at a genteel Southern resort. An acquaintance from the past thrusts himself into the yearly gathering, forcing them to re-examine their mundane yet seemingly idyllic existence, the opportunities they’ve...
written by Lillian Hellman, 1905-1984 (1951); directed by JoBeth Williams, 1948-; performed by Julie Harris, 1925-2013, David Clennon, 1943-, Roxanne Hart, Glenne Headly, 1955-2017, Tracy Maddendorf, 1970-, Lynne Marta, 1948-, Gates McFadden, 1949-, David Selby, 1941-, Jeronimo Spinx, Mary Steenburgen, 1953-, Eric Stoltz, 1961- and Scott Wolff, 1968- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1952, originally published 1952), 2 hours 24 mins
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Blithe Spirit
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written by Sir Noël Coward, 1899-1973 (1941); directed by Michael Hackett; performed by Christopher Neame, 1947-, Rosalind Ayres, 1946-, Alexandra Boyd, Shirley Knight, 1936-, Lynne Marta, 1948-, Ian Ogilvy, 1943- and Judy Geeson, 1948- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2000, originally published 1941), 1 hour 47 mins
This classic comedy is set in the charming country home of Charles Condomine, a re-married widower. A witty and convivial evening party among friends is transformed when a séance conjures the ghost of Elvira, Charles’ first wife, who delights in wreaking havoc among the living. An enchanting Coward comedy!
written by Sir Noël Coward, 1899-1973 (1941); directed by Michael Hackett; performed by Christopher Neame, 1947-, Rosalind Ayres, 1946-, Alexandra Boyd, Shirley Knight, 1936-, Lynne Marta, 1948-, Ian Ogilvy, 1943- and Judy Geeson, 1948- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2000, originally published 1941), 1 hour 47 mins
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Design For Living
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written by Sir Noël Coward, 1899-1973 (1932); directed by Michael Hackett; performed by Michelle Arthur, Claire Forlani, 1971-, Thomas Hildreth, Hamish Linklater, 1976-, Tim Monsion, Sarah Rafferty and Douglas Weston (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2005, originally published 1933), 1 hour 48 mins
Three terminally stylish friends, who share rivalrous affections, attempt to uncoil their twisted love triangle in this sexy and scandalous gem. Written in 1932, the play was deemed extremely daring, and even by today’s standards is considered controversial. In its frank and funny take on sex, love and commitmen...
written by Sir Noël Coward, 1899-1973 (1932); directed by Michael Hackett; performed by Michelle Arthur, Claire Forlani, 1971-, Thomas Hildreth, Hamish Linklater, 1976-, Tim Monsion, Sarah Rafferty and Douglas Weston (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2005, originally published 1933), 1 hour 48 mins
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Private Lives
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written by Sir Noël Coward, 1899-1973 (1930); directed by John de Lancie, 1948-; performed by Rosalind Ayres, 1946-, Marnie Mosiman, Ian Ogilvy, 1943-, Begonya Piazza and Kristoffer Tabori, 1952- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1994, originally published 1930), 1 hour 13 mins
The lights of a yacht on the French Riviera are reflected in the water and in the eyes of four hilariously mismatched lovers. PRIVATE LIVES shimmers with wit, romance, desire, and bittersweet truth.
written by Sir Noël Coward, 1899-1973 (1930); directed by John de Lancie, 1948-; performed by Rosalind Ayres, 1946-, Marnie Mosiman, Ian Ogilvy, 1943-, Begonya Piazza and Kristoffer Tabori, 1952- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 1994, originally published 1930), 1 hour 13 mins
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Hay Fever
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written by Sir Noël Coward, 1899-1973 (1925); directed by John Rubinstein, 1946-; performed by Jeffrey Jones, 1946-, Tate Donovan, 1963-, Arabella Field, 1965-, Joy Gregory, Lynne Marta, 1948-, Carolyn Seymour, 1947-, Eric Stoltz, 1961-, Simon Templeman and Serena Scott Thomas, 1961- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2001, originally published 1927), 1 hour 32 mins
A country house weekend goes haywire when the guests and their hosts play a game of romantic musical chairs. A most delightful madcap comedy.
written by Sir Noël Coward, 1899-1973 (1925); directed by John Rubinstein, 1946-; performed by Jeffrey Jones, 1946-, Tate Donovan, 1963-, Arabella Field, 1965-, Joy Gregory, Lynne Marta, 1948-, Carolyn Seymour, 1947-, Eric Stoltz, 1961-, Simon Templeman and Serena Scott Thomas, 1961- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2001, originally published 1927), 1 hour 32 mins
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Fallen Angels
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written by Sir Noël Coward, 1899-1973 (1925); directed by John de Lancie, 1948-; performed by Annette Bening, 1958-, Harriet Harrie, Judith Ivey, 1951-, Joe Mantegna, 1947-, John Rubinstein, 1946- and Kristoffer Tabori, 1952- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2001, originally published 1925), 1 hour 31 mins
Julia and Fred and Willy and Jane are happily married and the best of friends, until a postcard arrives with news of the imminent arrival of a certain handsome Frenchman. Gay, debonair, and utterly sophisticated.
written by Sir Noël Coward, 1899-1973 (1925); directed by John de Lancie, 1948-; performed by Annette Bening, 1958-, Harriet Harrie, Judith Ivey, 1951-, Joe Mantegna, 1947-, John Rubinstein, 1946- and Kristoffer Tabori, 1952- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2001, originally published 1925), 1 hour 31 mins
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Misalliance
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written by George Bernard Shaw, 1856-1950 (1909); directed by Eric Simonson, 1960-; performed by Roger Rees, 1944-, Tom Beyer, Joy Gregory, W. Morgan Sheppard, 1934-, Eric Stoltz, 1961-, Victoria Tennant, 1950-, Serena Scott Thomas, 1961-, Tegan West and Douglas Weston (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2005, originally published 1917), 1 hour 51 mins
Taking place on a single day in May 1909, a self-made millionaire and his family invite their future nobleman-in-law for a visit to their estate in Surrey, England. In this delightfully clever play, issues of gender, class, politics and family are all targets for Shaw’s keen wit.
written by George Bernard Shaw, 1856-1950 (1909); directed by Eric Simonson, 1960-; performed by Roger Rees, 1944-, Tom Beyer, Joy Gregory, W. Morgan Sheppard, 1934-, Eric Stoltz, 1961-, Victoria Tennant, 1950-, Serena Scott Thomas, 1961-, Tegan West and Douglas Weston (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2005, originally published 1917), 1 hour 51 mins
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Pygmalion
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written by George Bernard Shaw, 1856-1950 (1912); directed by Nicholas Rudall, 1940-; performed by Roslyn Alexander, Shannon Cochran, 1958-, Denise du Maurier, Kenneth Northcott, Nicholas Pennell, 1938-1995 and Nicholas Rudall, 1940- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2000, originally published 1912, first release 1912), 1 hour 38 mins
One of Shaw’s most enduring works, PYGMALION is an insightful comedy of class relations and perceptions, as played out between a Cockney flower girl and the irascible speech professor who has taken her on as a pet project. Described by critics as "a play of great vitality and charm," PYGMALION inspired the award...
written by George Bernard Shaw, 1856-1950 (1912); directed by Nicholas Rudall, 1940-; performed by Roslyn Alexander, Shannon Cochran, 1958-, Denise du Maurier, Kenneth Northcott, Nicholas Pennell, 1938-1995 and Nicholas Rudall, 1940- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2000, originally published 1912, first release 1912), 1 hour 38 mins
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