LOS ANGELES -- Wesley Moore's Finder's Fee, a savage comedy about New York's real estate world, will have its world premiere June 3 at the Zephyr Theatre, produced by Frederick Zollo and the Echo Theatre company. The director is Bill Partlan.
The play features an alternating cast, which includes Mark Lynn, Melinda McGraw, Tim Moore, Steve O'Connor, John Prosky and Cordelia Richards.
Moore has enjoyed success with his previous plays Departure and Swim Visit, which were produced at the Donmar Warehouse in London and Off-Broadway at Primary Stages. He is presently adapting Noel Coward's Quadrille for Steve Tisch to be filmed in London this year.
Partlan is a veteran director who had a 10-year stint as artistic director of Minneapolis' Cricket Theatre.
The Zephyr Theatre is located at 7456 Melrose Ave. Call (323) 969-2471. -- By Willard Manus
Southern California Correspondent