Performances are October 22, 23, 24, 25.

Los Angeles Valley College Horseshoe Theater.

Evenings at 8pm, Sat and Sun matinees at 2pm.

 

To order tickets, click on the image above.

Performances are December 3, 4, 5, 6.

Los Angeles Valley College Horseshoe Theater.

Evenings at 7:30pm, Sat and Sun matinees at 2pm.

 

To order tickets, click on the image above.

THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN

by Martin McDonagh

17‑year‑old orphan Billy Claven, desperate to escape the monotony of life on the remote Irish island of Inishmaan, is eager to be a part of a documentary film being shot on neighboring Inishmore. "Cripple Billy" has been raised by his harsh but well-meaning aunties, Kate and Eileen, ever since his parents drowned in the rough seas off Inishmaan. It seems that no one ever really wanted Billy, but perhaps Hollywood will?

 

Maybe that will stop local newsman Johnny pateenmike’s gossiping? Or better yet, attract the attention of the beautiful yet terrifying Helen? But first he’s got to find a way to cross the sea to Inishmore. Once there, will he ever come back?

 

Directed by Cathy Susan Pyles

RING ROUND

THE MOON

by Jean Anouilh

in the translation by Christopher Fry

A grand ball at an impossibly elegant French chateau is the setting for this modern Cinderella story of a princess who is not a princess, of identical twin brothers who couldn't be more different, of secret rendezvous and dangerous masquerades, of duels unfought and love unspoken.

 

Fluffy as a meringue, sparkling as champagne and tart as ripe raspberries, Anouilh's comedy of mistaken identities and broken hearts is a complete delight, and a masterpiece of wit and charm and penetrating insight into the mysteries of the human heart.

 

Directed by Christopher Coddington

© 2014 by LAVC THEATRE ARTS.

Photographs by Richard Michael Johnson and others.
 

Setting of When that I was and a little tiny boy by Michele Ryan, click on her to find out more about Michele

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