Sunday, February 05, 2006

Moonies in the World: Dennis Lickteig, George Quick and Cynthia Myers

Got a note from Moon director Dennis Lickteig about his latest production. Of particular note? It's the first non-musical he's directed in a while. (Which has has really enjoyed.) Dennis' take: the piece has much to say about the world we live in and the true meaning of family.

Here are the deets:

WHAT: Theater District by Richard Kramer (the award-winning writer of thirtysomething, My So-Called Life and Once & Again)
WHERE: New Conservatory Theatre at 25 Van Ness
WHEN: Now playing through March 5 with a possible extension through March 12.
WHO: Directed by Dennis and featuring Scott Alexander, Joe Carrig, P.A. Cooley, Sam Garber, Joseph Holmes, Cynthia Myers and George Quick.

DESCRIPTION: This groundbreaking comedy explores what happens when 16 year-old Wesley moves in with his aloof father and his flamboyant boyfriend in midtown Manhattan. As his safe world is shattered by the growing distance between his parents, and the realities of adulthood, Wesley learns that the world isn't perfect, and neither are his mother and father.


While the tickets are available online, I would suggest you call the ticket office directly (415-861-8972) for the best seats (and a choice as to where they are located). The best seats are in the third row and back in the center section. Avoid the front rows and the two side sections if possible. The theatre is very small and you are just too close in those locations. Half price tickets may also be available through Goldstar Events, so please check there as well.

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