Phillis to Play with Dolls at New Conservatory Theatre in January

News   Phillis to Play with Dolls at New Conservatory Theatre in January
San Francisco's New Conservatory Theatre Center will stage Michael Phillis solo work Dolls beginning Jan. 22, 2008.
Michael Phillis
Michael Phillis Photo by Meg Messina Photography

Originally presented as part of NCTC's Emerging Artists Program, Dolls will run through Feb. 22, 2008, under the direction of Andrew Nance. "It's the Day-After-Christmas (also known as 'Orientation Day' for dolls) and you're a brand new resident of the United Shelves of Frank's Collection," according to Dolls press notes. "Get to know your new neighbors — including a political porcelain, an openly gay action figure, an embittered Barbie knock-off and more — in this animated new one-man comedy."

Onstage Phillis has been seen in The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby and The Dying Gaul. His plays include Finding Mrs. Miller, D*Face and Wish We Were Here, which was presented as part of the 2008 New York International Theatre Festival.

Tickets are available by phoning (415) 861-8927, or by visiting NCTC is located at 25 Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco, CA.

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