Pacific Resident Theatre
presents

OUT THERE ON FRIED MEAT RIDGE RD.

&
A FRIED MEAT CHRISTMAS

&
THE UNFRYABLE MEATNESS OF BEING

Your favorite holiday dish is back!
See each play separately, or see all 3 together in our Triple-Header Sundays!


WEEK 1: December 3-6:
Thursday, Dec 3: 8:00pm Out There on Fried Meat Ridge Rd.
Friday, Dec. 4: 8:00pm A Fried Meat Christmas
Saturday, Dec. 5: 8:00pm The Unfryable Meatness of Being
Sunday, Dec. 6: Triple-Header:
3:00pm Out There on Fried Meat Ridge Rd.
5:00pm A Fried Meat Christmas
7:00pm The Unfryable Meatness of Being

 

WEEK 2: December 10-13:
Thursday, Dec 10: 8:00pm A Fried Meat Christmas
Saturday, Dec. 12: Double-Header:
7:00pm Out There on Fried Meat Ridge Rd.
9:00pm A Fried Meat Christmas
Sunday, Dec. 13: Triple-Header:
3:00pm Out There on Fried Meat Ridge Rd.
5:00pm A Fried Meat Christmas
7:00pm The Unfryable Meatness of Being

 

TICKETS:
$20 tickets for one show
$30 total for two shows
$40 total for three shows

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OUT THERE ON FRIED MEAT RIDGE RD.
The one that started it all! Things couldn’t get any worse for Mitchell. With nowhere to go, he answers an ad for a roommate and finds himself in a West Virginia countryside motel with JD, an affable hillbilly of mysterious origins. Soon JD’s neighbors – curmudgeonly Flip, meth-head Marlene, and her hot-headed boyfriend, Tommy – have all but taken over the tiny room and Mitchell finds himself in a hopeless situation. Hopeless… But for the power of dance?

A FRIED MEAT CHRISTMAS The Fried Meat gang is back for the holidays! JD plans to prepare a special Christmas dinner for Mitchell, but chooses the wrong cookbook – suddenly bringing a troubling new friend out of the woodwork.  And, for the first time in his life, JD experiences a crisis of faith. The gang scrambles to restore his spirit and together they ring in the holidays West Virginia style.

THE UNFRYABLE MEATNESS OF BEING The third installment of the Fried Meat saga!
Stakes are high at the Mohigan Arms and hard times have fallen upon the motel. Flip dodges the fire inspector, Marlene struggles to pay her back-rent and a mysterious man thinks JD may be just the opportunity he was looking for. It will all come down to a contest of epic proportions…

Crew

Director: Guillermo Cienfuegos
Producer: Elspeth A. Weingarten
Scenic Design: Norman Scott
Light Design: William Wilday
Sound Design: Greer Gibbens & Keith Stevenson
Property Master/Special Effects: Dan Cole
Stage Manager: Julianne Figueroa
Graphics: Mark Rau


 

 

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WHAT CRITICS ARE SAYING

“This play will have you laughing non-stop.”
–The Examiner

“delightfully quirky comedy…a sharply executed, excellent production”
— Stage Raw

“…one of the funniest shows I’ve witnessed in a long time…the cast is absolutely amazing under the direction of Guillermo Cienfuegos. This is a laugh-a-minute play that never calms down…”  – Stage Happenings

“…Out There on Fried Meat Ridge Rd. is so entertaining that I’ve seen it not once …but twice.”
— LA Examiner

“Playwright Keith Stevenson has a way with words and a cockeyed view of the world”
— Stage & Cinema

“hysterically funny tableaux”
— Stage and Cinema

“the cast is pure gold”
http://www.pacificresidenttheatre.com/2014/08/willcall-the-unfryable-meatness-of-being-by-keith-stevenson/

“audiences can’t seem to get enough”
– The Argonaut

“Original, brilliant comedy… Keith Stevenson, writer and lead actor, is one of the funniest writers in L.A.  If this doesn’t become an acclaimed comedy series on Showtime or HBO, I’d be very surprised. It’s witty. It’s got a great cast, and it’s only an hour…perfect for television! Come on producers…now’s your chance!”
— KPCC Los Angeles, Hettie Lynn Hurtes  (radio -no link)

LA Stage Times: Keith Stevenson on Writing Fried Meat

PRT Writers Spotlight on Keith Stevenson