This is a message we received that we are posting for Theater 68 – contact info below!
We are offering 2 for 1 tickets with a group of 10 or more to all senior citizens in Los Angeles for our new show Radioland at Theatre 68! This is a radio play set in the 1940’s!
I know that many senior centers offer field trips of this sort and we would love to be considered! Our theatre is one of the top 99 seat theatre’s in Los Angeles located on Sunset just East of Western!
Here is a copy of our press release. If you have any questions or to set up a group, please feel free to contact me, Katy, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 323 960 7827. To find out more about our theatre, please go to www.theatre68.com!
Thank you and I hope we can work together to entertain all the senior citizen’s in LA!!!!
LOST IN RADIOLAND – A WORLD PREMIERE COMEDY
September 4th through October 17th, 2009
Los Angeles, CA – September 1, 2009 – Ronnie Marmo, Artistic Director of the 68 Cent Crew Theatre Company, presents the World Premiere of “Lost In Radioland”, a riotous, 1940’s-era comedy set against the background of suspense. “Lost in Radioland” begins its run on September 4th, 2009 at Theatre 68.
“Lost in Radioland” was co-written and directed by Ryan Paul James, a nationally syndicated radio host (“Mickey Mouse Club”, “What If?”, “Rewind”), and comedienne Denny Siegel (“Whose Line is it Anyway”, “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”).
“Lost in Radioland” is a comedy set in 1940’s Hollywood. The biggest stars of the day have come together to perform the suspenseful, nationally syndicated radio play “Night Stories.” Egos clash and love triangles erupt as the stars try to work together. Meanwhile, the city of Los Angeles is on edge with the breaking news of an escaped killer. When on-set drama meets real-life danger, who will survive?
The 68 Cent Crew Theatre Company, which will be celebrating its ninth anniversary on February 14th, 2010, continues to produce unique and relevant works. In the past nine years it has produced over 40 productions to critical success, including “The Knights of Mary Phagan” (2006), the Lenny Bruce tribute “Lenny’s Back (and Boy is He Pissed)” (2006), “Bent” (2007) and the perennially popular “Bill W. and Dr. Bob”, a touching and funny dramatization of the events leading to the creation of Alcoholics Anonymous. Recently celebrating its 350th performance, “Bill W. and Dr. Bob” continues its run through October 18th. The 68 Cent Crew also just completed the critically-acclaimed, six month run of the first ever “13 By Shanley Festival”, presenting 13 collected plays by John Patrick Shanley, with 55 actors and 12 directors, all on one stage at Theatre 68.
Lost in Radioland runs September 4th through October 17th, 2009. Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. Theatre 68, a beautiful and spacious venue with 99 seats and free rooftop parking, is located at 5419 Sunset Blvd., just east of Western Ave. in Hollywood. Running time is 80 minutes with no intermission.
The Cast: Selected Credits
Ronnie Marmo (Artistic Director) – (Now appearing as Ronnie Dimestico on “General Hospital”)
Melissa Disney – (The Simpsons, Stained, Up In The Air, Snare)
Charles Hoyes – (Field Of Dreams, Without A Trace, Cold Case, Criminal Minds)
Katy Jacoby – (Pizza with Bullets, Stage 4, Danny and the Deep Blue Sea)
Jesse Mackey – (Southland, The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien)
Virginia Novello – (Current lead “Colinas”, Mexican TV Drama)
Denny Siegel – (Whose Line is It Anyway, The Daily Show With Jon Stewart)
Katie Zeiner – (Sex In The City, The Hughleys)