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    FLASH Festival 2010

    Twenty Los Angeles playwrights are challenged to create a short play set and performed in an assigned location at Mount Hollywood Congregational Church. With only eight hours of rehearsal, twenty teams of directors and actors bring these twenty plays to…

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    FLASH Festival 2012

    FLASH Festival 2012 challenges fifteen Los Angeles playwrights to write a ten-minute play inspired by and performed in The Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits. With only eight hours of rehearsal, fifteen teams of directors and actors will…

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    Three Sisters

    Chalk Repertory Theatre will kicks off its inaugural season with the U.S. premiere of Susan Coyne’s adaptation of Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov. A limited engagement in the recently restored Masonic Lodge of the Hollywood Forever Cemetery.

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    Rachel and James are a white couple who move to Ohio from Uganda hoping to provide a better life for their adopted, African son, Daniel. However, they struggle to find a place for Daniel in the public school system as…

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    Hell Money

    A comedy exploring the plight of two young women who have graduated from the foster care system trying to make a life for themselves in Los Angeles. The action unfolds over one roller coaster night when their luck turns to…

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    Twelfth Night

    Under the direction of Jerry Ruiz, Chalk Rep’s Twelfth Night integrates indie folk rock and a high fashion sensibility into Shakespeare’s classic comedy of love and mistaken identity. In the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever Cemetery.

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    Full Disclosure

    Set up as an open house, the audience is invited into the home by Sunny, a singer-turned-realtor who would really like you to buy the house she has to sell. As she shows off all its features and feeds the…

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    Intertwining like snakes, the tales of four women illuminate the ever-shifting relationship between women, power, and religion in the play Slither by award-winning playwright Carson Kreitzer. Through the love and survival of a carnival snake dancer, a preacher’s wife, a…