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5/23 Our Town


This Tuesday, MAY 23rd, we will be reading OUR TOWN by Thornton Wilder.


Winner of the 1938 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, OUR TOWN follows the small town of Grover’s Corners through three acts: “Daily Life,” “Love and Marriage,” and “Death and Eternity.” Narrated by a stage manager and performed with minimal props and sets, audiences follow the Webb and Gibbs families as their children fall in love, marry, and eventually—in one of the most famous scenes in American theatre—die. Edward Albee has described this, “…the greatest American play ever written.”

The Complex, Ruby Theatre
6476 Santa Monica Blvd
Hollywood 90038

Tuesday, May 23rd

Please try to be on time by taking into account Rush Hour Traffic and Parking. There is metered parking in the area, and after 7:00pm, the meters are FREE. Parking is usually more available North of Santa Monica, on surrounding streets like Wilcox and Lexington.

As always, admission for our weekly table readings is FREE, and there will be wine to purchase for a suggested donation.

JOHN ROSS CLARK* – Stage Manager
JEROME ST. JEROME – Dr. Gibbs, Belligerent Man at Back of Auditorium
EMILY CLARK* – Mrs. Gibbs
EMILY DONN – Rebecca Gibbs, Howie Newsome, Simon Stimson
STEPHAN EARLY* – Mr. Webb, Professor Willard
ANNA BOWEN* – Emily Webb Gibbs
TERESA WAXER – Wallace “Wally” Webb, Joe Crowell, Jr., Joe Stoddard, the dead
CHRISTY BELL* – Mrs. Louella Soames, Constable Bill Warren, A Woman from Among the Dead, Lady in a Box
AZO SAFO* – Si Crowell, Samuel Craig, A Man from Among the Dead, Woman in the Balcony

*Play Club West VIP

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