Kirsten Sanderson directs Mike Farrell and Jim Parrack in the Southern California premiere of the 70-minute play. An official opening has been set for Oct. 9. Performances continue through Nov. 14.
Farrell, a veteran of "M*A*S*H," stars as writer James (based on Gore Vidal), and "True Blood" star Parrack portrays Harrison (based on Timothy McVeigh).
According to the Blank, Terre Haute imagines "four prison house conversations between the nation’s deadliest domestic terrorist and one of the world’s most famous and opinionated gadflies. The names have been changed, the ideas have not. This intimate and fascinating portrait of two men, both firebrands who say and do as they believe, delves deeply into the idea of what it means to be American and what one believes they must do for their country."
The production has set design by Matt Turner, costume design by Bethany Jane Bohatila, lighting design by Cameron Zetty and sound design is by Warren Davis. Noah Wyle, Daniel Henning and Stacy Reed Payton produce.
For tickets, phone (323) 661-9827 or visit TheBlank.