From time to time, we have POP Perk drawings for current Pop Luck Club members. Today, it's for:
- Two (2) tickets ($60 value) to different words for the same thing with Center Theatre Group at the Kirk Douglas Theatre (Friday, May 23, 2014 at 8:00 pm).
- By Kimber Lee
- Tickets courtesy of The Pop Luck Club's Corporate Partner, Center Theatre Group.
- The production runs May 4 – June 1, 2014
- Winner will be drawn Wednesday (5/18/14), 9pm PST
- POP Perks are available only to current members of the club. CLICK HERE to enter.
- $50 suggested donation, but it's whatever you want to give.
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A Funny and Moving New American Play
How far will you go when home calls? Thirteen years and 1,800 miles separate Alice from her childhood home. But after one phone call, the small-town streets and characters that once shaped her come rushing back and threaten to never let her go. Fall under the spell of this play as it unfolds the secret joys and heartbreak of the family at its core.
Directed by Neel Keller, who helmed last season’s thriller The Nether and written by the vibrant new voice of Kimber Lee, this interesting tapestry of contemporary Americana brings three generations of a multi-ethnic middle-American family to unforgettable life.
Featuring Sam Anderson (Lost), Jackie Chung (brownsville song (b-side for tray) at Actors Theatre of Louisville), Stephen Ellis (The Coward at LCT3), Monica Horan (Everybody Loves Raymond), Devin Kelley (Resurrection), Rebecca Larsen (Sacred Fools), Savannah Lathem (Lost, Moneyball), Erick Lopez (Faking It), Malcolm Madera (House of Cards, Boardwalk Empire), Alyson Reed (Broadway’s Marilyn: An American Fable, Cabaret), Hector Atreyu Ruiz (Gang Related) and José Zuniga (The Call)
Save up to 32% for groups of 10 or more. Student group tickets start at $14. Call 213.972.7231
“…it’s good to see Center Theatre Group bestow such an attractive production on a work by a promising playwriting talent. Neel Keller… stages ‘different words’ with a lyrical simplicity on a set by Sarah Krainin that dissolves and reconfigures with filmic ease. This is a sure-footed ensemble offering.” – Los Angeles Times
“Sensitively executed sentimental family drama, suggestive of a new generational take on Our Town.” – The Hollywood Reporter
“Keller and company imbue Lee’s sweet play with a quietly affecting blend of humor and poignancy… the ensemble effort is sublime.” –EDGE Los Angeles
“Kimber Lee is a remarkable writer who nails each character with only a few phrases or words, regardless of language. These words are stunningly real and evocative… A brilliant work that should not be missed.” – BroadwayWorld.com
* Main Floor seating on performances through May 14. Not valid on previously purchased tickets. Cannot be combined with other discount offers. All sales final. Subject to availability.
Recommended for ages 16+ for mature content, language and sexuality
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