An Evening of Bad Television Offered at L.A.'s Theatre/Theater, Jan. 8-Feb. 14

News   An Evening of Bad Television Offered at L.A.'s Theatre/Theater, Jan. 8-Feb. 14
 
LOS ANGELES -- A festival of new short plays will be presented Jan. 8-Feb. 14, 1999 at Theatre/Theater under the umbrella title of An Evening of Bad Television. Produced by Non-Prophet Hatching Co., a new theatre company formed by members of the 1998 graduating class of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, the festival comprises two alternating evenings of theatre.

LOS ANGELES -- A festival of new short plays will be presented Jan. 8-Feb. 14, 1999 at Theatre/Theater under the umbrella title of An Evening of Bad Television. Produced by Non-Prophet Hatching Co., a new theatre company formed by members of the 1998 graduating class of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, the festival comprises two alternating evenings of theatre.

Night A's plays are Pinkie Street, Sitcom Planet and Gore Hounds, by Matt Pelfrey, directed by Jeff Murray.

On Night B In Defense of Norman Rockwell by Doug Delaney and The Adventures of Captain Neato-Man by Timothy Scott Harris will be seen. The director is Jon Stafford.

Theatre/Theater is at 6425 Hollywood Blvd. NPHC can be contacted directly at (323) 463- 2573.

-- By Willard Manus
Southern California Correspondent

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