Pacific Resident Theatre, (310) 822-8392
Hungarian playwright Ernest Vajda’s “tempestuous-young-man-meets-older-woman” tale is a “forgotten gem of a romantic comedy,” said the LA Weekly. Director Marilyn Fox’s marvelously cast production features “deft and multidimensional” performances from Ursula Brooks and Michael Hanson.
Second Stage, (212) 246-4422
“Theatergoers starved for a dramatic conflagration or two” can gorge themselves on Gina Gionfriddo’s rambunctious play, said the Associated Press. Her angst-ridden 30-somethings speak with “rat-tat-tat ferocity” about their loves and careers. It adds up to a “theatrically volatile” and wildly funny evening.
T.I.C.: Trenchcoat in Common
Magic Theatre, (800) 838-3006
Peter Sinn Nachtrieb’s play combines “Nancy Drew adventure with no-holds barred social satire,” said the San Francisco Chronicle.
A teenage girl blogs about her new neighbors, unaware of the real consequences of her actions. Hitchcock-inspired humorous suspense ensues.
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