Pacific Resident Theatre presents


by Edward Albee.

Director: Elina de Santos.

Saturday, March 1, 2003.
Extended Until June 15, 2003.
The performances will be Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8pm and Sundays at 3pm
Reservations: 310 822-8392

Jordan Baker,
Sarah Brooke,
Andi Carnick,
Channing Chase,
Greg Mullavey,
Bruce French and
Tony Pasqualini

Producer: Gerritt Hoekman.
Assistant producers: Ginna Carter and
Carolyn Palmer, Elizabeth Karr
Costume Associate Rebecca Campbell
Wardrobe: Sarah Brooke
Set design: Bill Ellis Smith

“Albee’s ingredients involve a wealthy husband and wife, the wife’s sister and the couple’s daughter plus another couple who have been ‘best friends’ for 40 years. As Albee bounces one character off another and another, he conducts a mystic search for what reality there may be beneath this sextet of very individual individuals. The characters are engaged in the same search. What do they think of each other and more importantly, what do they think of themselves. The play is typically Albee….beautiful, filled with humor and compassion, and touched with poetry. It is the sort of play that might be written if there were no theatre. It exists outside itself, beside itself, aloof from itself…. as are the alarmed characters who are detached from themselves.”

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