Little Fish Theatre Updated 2017 Season

little fish theatreLittle Fish Theatre has announced new dates for the remainder of the company’s 2017 Season.

Due to this winter’s record rainstorms, the theatre was forced to go dark in order to complete emergency electrical repairs. As a result, the original performance schedule was reconfigured. Quartet was moved to the 2018 Season lineup, but all other productions will commence in the 2017 calendar year.

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has demanded that a massive and expensive electrical upgrade take place. The theatre has started an Electrical Fund to help pay for the $27,700 upgrade and invited ticket holders to move to a new date or donate back their cancelled tickets to help recoup some of the lost revenue due to postponement. The repair work is on schedule to be completed in time for an April 21 re-opening.

Laughter on the 23rd Floor
by Neil Simon
New dates: April 21-May 20
Golden age of television writer room craziness.

Dinner with Friends
by Donald Margulies
New dates: May 10-May 28
Marital dissolution sends shockwaves between friends.

The Good Doctor
by Neil Simon and Anton Chekhov
New dates: June 16-July 15
A series of shorts as imagined by a writer with writer’s block.

Dear Master
by Dorothy Bryant
New dates: June 22-July 13.
A passionate dialogue in letters between two 19th century French writers.

Best of Pick of the Vine
We’re reprising some of our favorite short plays of the last 14 seasons.
New dates: August 4-September 2

Boeing Boeing
by Marc Camoletti, translated by Beverly Cross & Francis Evans
New dates: September 22-October 21
A zany farce involving a man with three fiancees and scheduling issues.

On the Verge or The Geography of Yearning
by Eric Overmyer
Runs September 28-October 19
A fearless feminine Victorian trio set out for Terra Incognita and find adventure.

The Night Before The Night Before Christmas
by Cricket Daniel
Runs November 10-December 16
Can the Christmas spirit be restored after being stranded in the airport?

About Tracey Paleo

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Tracey Paleo is Associate Editor at FootLights Magazine. She's also the Founder and Chief Editor of the arts and culture site, Gia On The Move, where she often reviews live performance events.

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