Friday, April 20, 2012

LA ALERT: Manu & Kipleigh in TRIGGERS this Monday

Those in the SoCal area this Monday, April 23 have a great (and economical) chance to see two Treklanders in a new film noir stage piece for Noah Wyle's Blank Theatre Company: Manu "Icheb" Intiraymi of Voyager "droneling" fame, and Kipleigh Brown, "Crewman Jane Taylor" in Enterprise's "The Forgotten" and co-star of the praised indie hit Yesterday Was a Lie (with Chase "Leeta" Masterson.)
Manu and Kipleigh are both in the cast of a one-night-only staged reading of TRIGGERS, a neo-noir psychological drama about a disgraced police detective who's haunted (literally and figuratively) by decisions in her past. Directed by Yesterday was a Lie's James Kerwin and written by Val Stulman, the stellar cast also includes Catherine O'Connor, Warren Davis, and James Ellis Lane.

It's all at the Blank Theatre Company's 2nd Stage Theatre, 6500 Santa Monica Blvd. (at Wilcox)
in Hollywood, 90038. Admission is a suggested donation to the theatre of $10.

I'm told there is limited space, so reserve seats soon if you'd like to go: just email for reservations.

The Blank Theatre Company was founded in Hollywood in 1990 for the enrichment of Hollywood's cultural life through production of first-rate theatre, education of current and future artists, and creation of groundbreaking new works for the theatrical repertoire. TRIGGERS is part of the Blank's Living Room Series, which runs nearly every Monday night from Labor Day to Memorial Day, presenting "workshop" plays to the public.

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