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A LIGHT IN DARK PLACES: PLAYS FOR HOPE
|Theater in Hollywood|
Date(s): 09/08/2017 to 09/17/2017
Day(s): Friday Saturday Sunday
Time(s): 8pm (Fri. and Sat.) 7pm (Sun.)
Address: 6773 Hollywood Boulevard Hollywood 90028
Cost: $15 suggested donation
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Stigma and silence surrounding the topic of suicide only make at-risk people more vulnerable. Performing artists at the Stella Adler Academy of Acting and Theatre – Los Angeles aim to break down dangerous taboos by presenting the second annual “A Light in Dark Places: A Collection of Plays for Hope” September 8-17, 2017 at the Stella Adler Theater in Hollywood. The show is a series of original short plays about suicide and prevention, which runs during National Suicide Prevention Week. All ticket proceeds will be donated to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, the nation's largest non-profit dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide.
“A Light in Dark Places” is a series of five short plays, directed by notable Los Angeles artists, including Rick Peters (Showtime’s “Dexter”) and Claudia Doumit (NBC's “Timeless”). Plays include:
“Man in Cage with Friend,” by Jim Kuenzer. – Two friends find themselves bullied by two common enemies but also find a way to keep going.
“Man Behind the Matter,” by Nicholas Jaqua – Phillip Manlow and Richard Einsenhower ponder about life and how to live it after the death of their boss, Bob Peterson.
“Take me out,” by Chip Bolcik. – A man and a teenager find themselves in a rooftop for different reasons and yet manage to connect with each other over a favorite past time.
“Sinatra,” by Blake Lewis –A curmudgeon, a yoga addict and a shy college kid will need to find common ground in order to make a vital decision.
“Johari's Window,” by Kenneth Cosby. – Josey encounters two vaguely familiar characters that will help her see that hope is just around the corner.
“Suicide affects too many lives, and it doesn’t help that it is often considered too taboo to talk about,” said show producer Kelly O’Malley. Through “A Light in Dark Places,” we will use high-quality performing arts to open up discussion, build community and remind people that that they are not alone. It is okay to ask for help, and there is real hope for healing.”
Tickets are available in the form of a donation, with a suggested price of $15.
Stella Adler Academy of Acting & Theatre, Los Angeles is a non-profit arts organization dedicated to uplifting and enriching our collective humanity through the dramatic arts. Driven by the belief that growth as an actor and growth as a person are the same, the Academy and
Theatre provide the tools, training and discipline to nurture and support actors who are committed not only to the art form, but to a life of social engagement. In addition to the teaching center, the Adler offers public programming and extensive community outreach, including free and low-cost performances for thousands of patrons, as well as some of the city’s most under served children, families and senior citizens.
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PINK'S HOT DOGS
709 N La Brea Ave Los Angeles, Ca 90038 At Melrose - Only In L.A. Could A Hot Dog Stand Become A Celebrity. Pinks Has Been Serving Up Chili Dogs Since 1939 And People Stand In Line For Them Day And Night. Personally I've Had Better. The Standard Chili
UPRIGHT CITIZENS BRIGADE THEATRE
5919 Franklin Avenue, Hollywood, 90028 323.908.8702 - The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre Is The Home For All Things Comedy In Los Angeles. We Have Affordable, High Quality Shows Seven Nights A Week. All Shows Are $8, $5 Or Free And All Shows Are All A ....
THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM
1660 N. Highland Ave, Hollywood, Ca 90028 In The Historic Max Factor Building (323) 464 7776 - The Hollywood Museum Is Located In The World-Famous Historic Max Factor Building. The Magnificently Restored Hollywood Regency Style Art Deco Landmark Building Is Located In The “Heart Of Hollywood
CATALINA JAZZ CLUB BAR & GRILL
6725 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, Ca 90028 Entrance Is On Mccadden Place 323 466-2210 - Supper Club And Jazz Venue In The Heart Of Hollywood. Full Bar And Menu. They Are Also Open For Lunch Mon-Fri. See Their Website For Current Performance Schedule.
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DEARLY DEPARTED - A TRAGICAL HISTORY TOUR
6603 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, Ca 90028 - - Dearly Departed Tours Is A Three Hour Tour Of Hysterical Proportions. 100 Locations Over 35 Miles Of Murder And Mayhem. See Where Hugh Grant Was Busted, And Reenact George Michael's Most Famous Momen ....
RED LINE METRO HOLLYWOOD/VINE STATION
6250 Hollywood Bl. Los Angeles 90038 60 Park/Ride Lot Spaces (Parking Fee) - What's There: Across The Street You'll Find The Pantages Theatre. Walk To Your Left As You Exit The Station To Vine Street. Walk Left On Vine Along The "Walk Of Fame" Toward Sunset Bl. At Sunset And
RED LINE METRO HOLLYWOOD & HIGHLAND
Underneath The Hollywood & Highland Complex At The Corner Of Hollywood & Highland - The Metro Station Is Directly Below The Shopping And Entertainment Complex At Hollywood And Highland Where You Will Find Upscale Shops, Dining, Nightlife And The Kodak Theatre (Home To The Annual Osc ....
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