What: University of La Verne alums, Matt Hill, Melody Rahbari and Amanda Novoa, along with current students, Jordan Randall, Mike Roche and Teresa Beardsley are actively participating in the Vespertine Production of Sam Shepard’s play “Fool for Love” at the 2012 Hollywood Fringe Festival. Tickets are $15.
“Fool for Love” is arguably one of Shepard’s most famous plays, joining such classics as “True West”, “Curse of the Starving Class” and his Pulitzer Prize winning masterpiece, “Buried Child.” The play highlights and examines two main themes: the intricacies of the human subconscious, as it relates to one’s reality and the impact of various points of view on a single memory from a family’s past. This production will strive to highlight both of these main ideas through the vehicles of theatre and through concentrated and in depth character analysis.
“Fool for Love” opens at The Actors Company, The Other Space on June 12th and continues until June 23rd. Two weekends only!
When: Friday, June 22 and Saturday, June 23 @ 7 p.m.
Where: The Actor’s Company, 916a N. Formosa Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90046
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