Pacific Resident Theatre
presents

THE DOCK BRIEF

by John Mortimer

Directed by Robert Bailey


NEW PERFORMANCES ADDED!!
January 8,9,10 & 15,16,17 & 22,23,24
Friday thru Saturday 8pm & Sun. 3pm

Tickets: $25-$30

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CAST: Frank Collison and Wesley Mann

Set and Light Design  Norman Scott
Sound Design Corwin Evans
Costume Design Audrey Eisner
Stage Manager Morgan Wilday

Produced by Valerie Havey & Lia Kozatch
Associate Producer Sara Newman-Martins

705 1/2 Venice Blvd (4 blocks west of Lincoln)
Venice, CA 90291

Reviews
LA Times “Brief” director Robert Bailey keeps the action keenly paced…with Collison as a lean, lugulrious counterpart to Mann’s hapless schlub…[who​ is] particulary effective with his droopy dog appearance and sly twinkle.” Kathleen Foley — Los Angeles Times

​Will Call. “Under the spirited direction of Robert Bailey, the two actors are superb and their performance alone merits your attendance.”

LA Splash. “Witty and clever. Extraordinary actors…their faces tell a thousand tales. Small but meaningful details confirm Mortimer’s mastery at crafting good theater” – LA Splash

LA Culture.   Comedy is, to my mind, the only thing worth writing in this despairing age, providing it is comedy which is truly on the side of the lonely, the neglected and the unsuccessful.” So says Sir John Mortimer, the British-born playwright and author of The Dock Brief.

Broadway World Reviews The Dock Brief THE DOCK BRIEF Brings Two Men Together to Challenge the System and Each Other



“A perfect jewel of a play” – British Sunday Times.
In THE DOCK BRIEF, an unsuccessful barrister has been waiting for years to make a grandstand defense. He is overjoyed when he is assigned to defend an innocuous little man accused of murdering his wife. “Comedy is, to my mind, the only thing worth writing in this despairing age, providing it is comedy which is truly on the side of the lonely, the neglected and unsuccessful.” John Mortimer

This is the 4th show of the 2014-15 subscription season.