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Join us for this very special night exclusively for Women On A Roll (and Lily Tomlin)!
Seats are limited in the small theater so get your tickets now.
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Saturday, December 3
For the first time in its 35-year history, Jane Wagner’s iconic play has been reinvented as a fully staged production with a company of 12 actors! Embark on a hilarious, tender, and profound journey through the streets, across the world, and far beyond. The Search continues…
With original music by Anna Waronker (That Dog) and Charlotte Caffey (The GoGo’s)
Starring: Julia Aks, Charlotte Gulezian, Joe Hart, Julanne Chidi Hill, Kristina Johnson, Kimberly Jürgen, Bellina Logan, Jeremy Luke, Ann Noble, Sasha Pasternak, Anny Rosario and Rachel Sorsa
Village At Ed Gould Plaza
1125 North McCadden Place
Los Angeles, CA 90038
Tickets: $30 (Includes play and hosted reception with the cast.)
Box Office #: 323-860-7300 and be sure to mention you’re with Women On A Roll.
Or online at women-on-a-roll-search-for-signs.eventbrite.com
Tickets sales benefit the Los Angeles LGBTQ Center.
What they’re saying about The Search…
Los Angeles Times
Why Lily Tomlin said yes to ‘Intelligent Life’ without her
“This revisitation of Wagner’s play is … itself a sign of intelligent life in the universe.”
“[A] wealth of terrific acting … sharp wit and wisdom of Jane Wagner’s writing.”
Los Angeles Daily News
“Ken Sawyer’s imaginative, detailed direction visualizes the whole and how each moment fits in, while he pulls crisp portrayals from his actors … staging everything with fluid grace.”
Arts in LA
“Outstanding ensemble ”
“[A] smartly versatile stage designed by Stephanie Kerley Schwartz”
“Nicholas Santiago’s dazzling barrage of artistic period projections.”
“Bursting with the lovable weirdness of humanity … audiences take an emotionally moving and profound journey.”