RFK Solo Show The Awful Grace of God Extends in Los Angeles to Aug. 29

News   RFK Solo Show The Awful Grace of God Extends in Los Angeles to Aug. 29 The Los Angeles premiere of Jack Holmes' The Awful Grace of God: A Portrait of Robert F. Kennedy has extended its run at the Court Theatre through Aug. 29.

Jenny Sullivan directs the scribe in the Shadwell Productions presentation produced by Winship Cook. The solo show which centers on Senator Robert F. Kennedy began performances July 21 for a run is originally slated through Aug. 4.

The Awful Grace of God follows RFK from the soul-searching days following the assassination of his brother President John F. Kennedy to his term as New York senator to presidential candidate to the day of his own assassination at the Ambassador Hotel after winning the California primary.

Playwright-performer Holmes has appeared in Los Angeles productions of In the Boom Boom Room and on screen in the independent film, "Broken Rose." He also composed and performed the original music for this production.

Director Sullivan has recently staged Immaculate Misconception and Love Letters (L.A. TheaterWorks with) as well asArt, Dancing at Lughnasa, Old Wicked Songs, Ancestral Voices, AdWars, The Cat’s Meow and the world premiere of The Baby Dance (Pasadena Playhouse).

For tickets to The Awful Grace of God: A Portrait of Robert F. Kennedy at the Court Theatre, 722 N. La Cienega Blvd., call (323) 960-7726.