Pacific Resident Theatre presents

D. H. Lawrence’s

Lady Chatterley’s Lover

Gala Opening October 14
Thursday, Friday Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 3pm

RESERVATIONS (310) 822-8392

Pacific Resident Theatre’s sensual, passionate and eloquent staging, which honors Lawrence’s work to a degree rarely encountered in literary adaptations.”

For PRT, as directed and adapted for the stage by John Vreeke and Mary Machala for Book It Repertory Theatre, Seattle

Produced By Deborah Glenn
Associate Producers Ron Dickinson, Tania Gutsche
Set Design Michael Marlowe
Costume Design Audrey Eisner
Lighting Design John Fejes
Stage Manager Sharon Duncon

The Company: Andi Carnick, Lesley Fera, Bruce French, Tim Murphy, Matthew Solari, Michael Tulin, Amy Warner

October 26, 2000 – Los Angeles Times THEATER REVIEW ‘ Lady Chatterley’s Lover,’ Faithful to D.H. Lawrence By PHILIP BRANDES, Special to The Times

“The Pacific Resident Theatre is the gold standard for Equity waiver theater in Los Angeles.” Gerri Garner, American Radio Network

Riveting! The sexual chemistry is practically palpable!” *** PICK OF THE WEEK- LA Weekly

“The actors speak the prose as if they were spinning silk…sensual, passionate, elegant!” -LA Times

“Please don’t miss it! A visual feasts! Smoldering, intense, erotic!” American Radio Network

D.H. LAWRENCE THRIVES AT PACIFIC RESIDENT THEATRE

Pacific Resident Theatre
703 Venice Blvd. (3 Blocks West of Lincoln)

Adapted from the D.H. Lawrence novel originally banned in England. Trapped in a rigid aristocratic marriage and sequestered on Lord Chatterley’s estate, Constance Chatterley is irresistibly drawn to Mellors, the game keeper, whose uninhibited sexuality and common touch provide a welcome panacea to her husband’s neglect. Lyrical and beautiful, Lawrence’s paean to sexual love imprisoned by sterile intellectualism and class consciousness has earned its place as one of the most sensual stories ever told.”