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TURNING THIRTY – an irresistible comedy about love, family and a trust fund

June 29 @ 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Every week until June 29, 2014
| Gen. adm. $29; stud, teachers, srs, military $22.50. Groups of 8 or more $17.50. Under 12’s $15.00. $20 preview price April 19-20, April 27-28 (may not be combined with any other offer or discount).

“A must-see for any age!” raves Chris Knopf, past president of Writers’ Guild of America, West. “Guarantees laughs! She’s done it again!” hails playwright Jerry Mayer (Aspirin & ELEPHANTS, Almost Perfect, Dietrich & Chevalier, etc). From the team that brought you the 2013 hit Raise Me Up (“Outstanding!” American Radio Network; “Timeless as romance itself!” LA Weekly), it’s a world premiere romantic comedy about mothers, daughters, and the profound effect they have on each other and the men in their lives.. An obstacle course of weddings, Porsches, trust fund deadlines, biological clock time-bombs, and life-changing peanut butter frozen yogurt, Turning Thirty illuminates modern-day romance in all its unexpected glory, with the passion and pain of finding, losing, and finding once again your one and only true love.

Written by Lisa Phillips Visca, author of Raise Me Up, Sophia; adapted screenplay Turning Thirty, suspense thriller Climax, screwball farce Fishin’ Musicians. Reality show Love Match is in negotiations with tennis legend Ivan Lendl. The film version of her play Raise Me Up is in development with MRJ Films, directed by Vince Marcello. Directed by Chris DeCarlo, whose most recent projects include Arnold Schulman’s Sleeping Ugly, LA Times Critic’s Choice Aspirin & ELEPHANTS and Last of the Knotts, and the world premiere Lisa Phillips Visca’s Raise Me Up.  Featuring a stellar cast of stage and screen personalities that includes includes Max Bunzel (Don’t Trust the B- in Apartment 23; NCIS: Los Angeles); Patrick Censoplano (Fame; Gettin’ In – Seven Arts Pictures): Dennis Michael* (Two Minute Warning – Universal; Raid on Entebbe – 20th Century Fox); Mary Ann Pianka (Gossip Girl, Life on Earth); Evelyn Rudie* (Funny, You Don’t Look Like A Grandmother; Raise Me Up); Terasa Sciortino* (Kontrast; Josh Brolin and Vincent Riverside’s Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap); Elisa Surmont* (Shattered Illusions; Hollywood Revisited – National Tour); With special appearances by Mike DiGirolamo (Three Sisters – Steppenwolf; The Best Thanksgiving Ever), Kelley Dorney* (Toy Story: The Musical; Twice Charmed – Walt Disney Theatre), Carly Reeves (Charlie Wilson’s War; Larry Crowne).

Turning Thirty – the ultimate year; the ultimate love story.

Santa Monica Playhouse is supported in part by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the City of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Arts Commission and US Bank.

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Start:
June 29, 2014 3:00 PM
End:
June 29, 2014 5:00 PM
Cost:
Gen. adm. $29; stud, teachers, srs, military $22.50. Groups of 8 or more $17.50. Under 12’s $15.00. $20 preview price April 19-20, April 27-28 (may not be combined with any other offer or discount).

Organizer

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779 ext 1
Email:
Website:
http://SantaMonicaPlayhouse.com

Venue

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779
1211 4th Street Santa Monica, 90401 United States
+ Google Map

“A must-see for any age!” raves Chris Knopf, past president of Writers’ Guild of America, West. “Guarantees laughs! She’s done it again!” hails playwright Jerry Mayer (Aspirin & ELEPHANTS, Almost Perfect, Dietrich & Chevalier, etc). From the team that brought you the 2013 hit Raise Me Up (“Outstanding!” American Radio Network; “Timeless as romance itself!” LA Weekly), it’s a world premiere romantic comedy about mothers, daughters, and the profound effect they have on each other and the men in their lives.. An obstacle course of weddings, Porsches, trust fund deadlines, biological clock time-bombs, and life-changing peanut butter frozen yogurt, Turning Thirty illuminates modern-day romance in all its unexpected glory, with the passion and pain of finding, losing, and finding once again your one and only true love.

Written by Lisa Phillips Visca, author of Raise Me Up, Sophia; adapted screenplay Turning Thirty, suspense thriller Climax, screwball farce Fishin’ Musicians. Reality show Love Match is in negotiations with tennis legend Ivan Lendl. The film version of her play Raise Me Up is in development with MRJ Films, directed by Vince Marcello. Directed by Chris DeCarlo, whose most recent projects include Arnold Schulman’s Sleeping Ugly, LA Times Critic’s Choice Aspirin & ELEPHANTS and Last of the Knotts, and the world premiere Lisa Phillips Visca’s Raise Me Up.  Featuring a stellar cast of stage and screen personalities that includes includes Max Bunzel (Don’t Trust the B- in Apartment 23; NCIS: Los Angeles); Patrick Censoplano (Fame; Gettin’ In – Seven Arts Pictures): Dennis Michael* (Two Minute Warning – Universal; Raid on Entebbe – 20th Century Fox); Mary Ann Pianka (Gossip Girl, Life on Earth); Evelyn Rudie* (Funny, You Don’t Look Like A Grandmother; Raise Me Up); Terasa Sciortino* (Kontrast; Josh Brolin and Vincent Riverside’s Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap); Elisa Surmont* (Shattered Illusions; Hollywood Revisited – National Tour); With special appearances by Mike DiGirolamo (Three Sisters – Steppenwolf; The Best Thanksgiving Ever), Kelley Dorney* (Toy Story: The Musical; Twice Charmed – Walt Disney Theatre), Carly Reeves (Charlie Wilson’s War; Larry Crowne).

Turning Thirty – the ultimate year; the ultimate love story.

Santa Monica Playhouse is supported in part by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the City of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Arts Commission and US Bank.

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Start:
June 22, 2014 3:00 PM
End:
June 22, 2014 5:00 PM
Cost:
Gen. adm. $29; stud, teachers, srs, military $22.50. Groups of 8 or more $17.50. Under 12’s $15.00. $20 preview price April 19-20, April 27-28 (may not be combined with any other offer or discount).

Organizer

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779 ext 1
Email:
Website:
http://SantaMonicaPlayhouse.com

Venue

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779
1211 4th Street Santa Monica, 90401 United States
+ Google Map

“A must-see for any age!” raves Chris Knopf, past president of Writers’ Guild of America, West. “Guarantees laughs! She’s done it again!” hails playwright Jerry Mayer (Aspirin & ELEPHANTS, Almost Perfect, Dietrich & Chevalier, etc). From the team that brought you the 2013 hit Raise Me Up (“Outstanding!” American Radio Network; “Timeless as romance itself!” LA Weekly), it’s a world premiere romantic comedy about mothers, daughters, and the profound effect they have on each other and the men in their lives.. An obstacle course of weddings, Porsches, trust fund deadlines, biological clock time-bombs, and life-changing peanut butter frozen yogurt, Turning Thirty illuminates modern-day romance in all its unexpected glory, with the passion and pain of finding, losing, and finding once again your one and only true love.

Written by Lisa Phillips Visca, author of Raise Me Up, Sophia; adapted screenplay Turning Thirty, suspense thriller Climax, screwball farce Fishin’ Musicians. Reality show Love Match is in negotiations with tennis legend Ivan Lendl. The film version of her play Raise Me Up is in development with MRJ Films, directed by Vince Marcello. Directed by Chris DeCarlo, whose most recent projects include Arnold Schulman’s Sleeping Ugly, LA Times Critic’s Choice Aspirin & ELEPHANTS and Last of the Knotts, and the world premiere Lisa Phillips Visca’s Raise Me Up.  Featuring a stellar cast of stage and screen personalities that includes includes Max Bunzel (Don’t Trust the B- in Apartment 23; NCIS: Los Angeles); Patrick Censoplano (Fame; Gettin’ In – Seven Arts Pictures): Dennis Michael* (Two Minute Warning – Universal; Raid on Entebbe – 20th Century Fox); Mary Ann Pianka (Gossip Girl, Life on Earth); Evelyn Rudie* (Funny, You Don’t Look Like A Grandmother; Raise Me Up); Terasa Sciortino* (Kontrast; Josh Brolin and Vincent Riverside’s Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap); Elisa Surmont* (Shattered Illusions; Hollywood Revisited – National Tour); With special appearances by Mike DiGirolamo (Three Sisters – Steppenwolf; The Best Thanksgiving Ever), Kelley Dorney* (Toy Story: The Musical; Twice Charmed – Walt Disney Theatre), Carly Reeves (Charlie Wilson’s War; Larry Crowne).

Turning Thirty – the ultimate year; the ultimate love story.

Santa Monica Playhouse is supported in part by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the City of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Arts Commission and US Bank.

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Start:
June 15, 2014 3:00 PM
End:
June 15, 2014 5:00 PM
Cost:
Gen. adm. $29; stud, teachers, srs, military $22.50. Groups of 8 or more $17.50. Under 12’s $15.00. $20 preview price April 19-20, April 27-28 (may not be combined with any other offer or discount).

Organizer

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779 ext 1
Email:
Website:
http://SantaMonicaPlayhouse.com

Venue

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779
1211 4th Street Santa Monica, 90401 United States
+ Google Map

“A must-see for any age!” raves Chris Knopf, past president of Writers’ Guild of America, West. “Guarantees laughs! She’s done it again!” hails playwright Jerry Mayer (Aspirin & ELEPHANTS, Almost Perfect, Dietrich & Chevalier, etc). From the team that brought you the 2013 hit Raise Me Up (“Outstanding!” American Radio Network; “Timeless as romance itself!” LA Weekly), it’s a world premiere romantic comedy about mothers, daughters, and the profound effect they have on each other and the men in their lives.. An obstacle course of weddings, Porsches, trust fund deadlines, biological clock time-bombs, and life-changing peanut butter frozen yogurt, Turning Thirty illuminates modern-day romance in all its unexpected glory, with the passion and pain of finding, losing, and finding once again your one and only true love.

Written by Lisa Phillips Visca, author of Raise Me Up, Sophia; adapted screenplay Turning Thirty, suspense thriller Climax, screwball farce Fishin’ Musicians. Reality show Love Match is in negotiations with tennis legend Ivan Lendl. The film version of her play Raise Me Up is in development with MRJ Films, directed by Vince Marcello. Directed by Chris DeCarlo, whose most recent projects include Arnold Schulman’s Sleeping Ugly, LA Times Critic’s Choice Aspirin & ELEPHANTS and Last of the Knotts, and the world premiere Lisa Phillips Visca’s Raise Me Up.  Featuring a stellar cast of stage and screen personalities that includes includes Max Bunzel (Don’t Trust the B- in Apartment 23; NCIS: Los Angeles); Patrick Censoplano (Fame; Gettin’ In – Seven Arts Pictures): Dennis Michael* (Two Minute Warning – Universal; Raid on Entebbe – 20th Century Fox); Mary Ann Pianka (Gossip Girl, Life on Earth); Evelyn Rudie* (Funny, You Don’t Look Like A Grandmother; Raise Me Up); Terasa Sciortino* (Kontrast; Josh Brolin and Vincent Riverside’s Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap); Elisa Surmont* (Shattered Illusions; Hollywood Revisited – National Tour); With special appearances by Mike DiGirolamo (Three Sisters – Steppenwolf; The Best Thanksgiving Ever), Kelley Dorney* (Toy Story: The Musical; Twice Charmed – Walt Disney Theatre), Carly Reeves (Charlie Wilson’s War; Larry Crowne).

Turning Thirty – the ultimate year; the ultimate love story.

Santa Monica Playhouse is supported in part by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the City of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Arts Commission and US Bank.

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Details

Start:
June 8, 2014 3:00 PM
End:
June 8, 2014 5:00 PM
Cost:
Gen. adm. $29; stud, teachers, srs, military $22.50. Groups of 8 or more $17.50. Under 12’s $15.00. $20 preview price April 19-20, April 27-28 (may not be combined with any other offer or discount).

Organizer

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779 ext 1
Email:
Website:
http://SantaMonicaPlayhouse.com

Venue

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779
1211 4th Street Santa Monica, 90401 United States
+ Google Map

“A must-see for any age!” raves Chris Knopf, past president of Writers’ Guild of America, West. “Guarantees laughs! She’s done it again!” hails playwright Jerry Mayer (Aspirin & ELEPHANTS, Almost Perfect, Dietrich & Chevalier, etc). From the team that brought you the 2013 hit Raise Me Up (“Outstanding!” American Radio Network; “Timeless as romance itself!” LA Weekly), it’s a world premiere romantic comedy about mothers, daughters, and the profound effect they have on each other and the men in their lives.. An obstacle course of weddings, Porsches, trust fund deadlines, biological clock time-bombs, and life-changing peanut butter frozen yogurt, Turning Thirty illuminates modern-day romance in all its unexpected glory, with the passion and pain of finding, losing, and finding once again your one and only true love.

Written by Lisa Phillips Visca, author of Raise Me Up, Sophia; adapted screenplay Turning Thirty, suspense thriller Climax, screwball farce Fishin’ Musicians. Reality show Love Match is in negotiations with tennis legend Ivan Lendl. The film version of her play Raise Me Up is in development with MRJ Films, directed by Vince Marcello. Directed by Chris DeCarlo, whose most recent projects include Arnold Schulman’s Sleeping Ugly, LA Times Critic’s Choice Aspirin & ELEPHANTS and Last of the Knotts, and the world premiere Lisa Phillips Visca’s Raise Me Up.  Featuring a stellar cast of stage and screen personalities that includes includes Max Bunzel (Don’t Trust the B- in Apartment 23; NCIS: Los Angeles); Patrick Censoplano (Fame; Gettin’ In – Seven Arts Pictures): Dennis Michael* (Two Minute Warning – Universal; Raid on Entebbe – 20th Century Fox); Mary Ann Pianka (Gossip Girl, Life on Earth); Evelyn Rudie* (Funny, You Don’t Look Like A Grandmother; Raise Me Up); Terasa Sciortino* (Kontrast; Josh Brolin and Vincent Riverside’s Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap); Elisa Surmont* (Shattered Illusions; Hollywood Revisited – National Tour); With special appearances by Mike DiGirolamo (Three Sisters – Steppenwolf; The Best Thanksgiving Ever), Kelley Dorney* (Toy Story: The Musical; Twice Charmed – Walt Disney Theatre), Carly Reeves (Charlie Wilson’s War; Larry Crowne).

Turning Thirty – the ultimate year; the ultimate love story.

Santa Monica Playhouse is supported in part by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the City of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Arts Commission and US Bank.

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Details

Start:
June 1, 2014 3:00 PM
End:
June 1, 2014 5:00 PM
Cost:
Gen. adm. $29; stud, teachers, srs, military $22.50. Groups of 8 or more $17.50. Under 12’s $15.00. $20 preview price April 19-20, April 27-28 (may not be combined with any other offer or discount).

Organizer

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779 ext 1
Email:
Website:
http://SantaMonicaPlayhouse.com

Venue

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779
1211 4th Street Santa Monica, 90401 United States
+ Google Map

“A must-see for any age!” raves Chris Knopf, past president of Writers’ Guild of America, West. “Guarantees laughs! She’s done it again!” hails playwright Jerry Mayer (Aspirin & ELEPHANTS, Almost Perfect, Dietrich & Chevalier, etc). From the team that brought you the 2013 hit Raise Me Up (“Outstanding!” American Radio Network; “Timeless as romance itself!” LA Weekly), it’s a world premiere romantic comedy about mothers, daughters, and the profound effect they have on each other and the men in their lives.. An obstacle course of weddings, Porsches, trust fund deadlines, biological clock time-bombs, and life-changing peanut butter frozen yogurt, Turning Thirty illuminates modern-day romance in all its unexpected glory, with the passion and pain of finding, losing, and finding once again your one and only true love.

Written by Lisa Phillips Visca, author of Raise Me Up, Sophia; adapted screenplay Turning Thirty, suspense thriller Climax, screwball farce Fishin’ Musicians. Reality show Love Match is in negotiations with tennis legend Ivan Lendl. The film version of her play Raise Me Up is in development with MRJ Films, directed by Vince Marcello. Directed by Chris DeCarlo, whose most recent projects include Arnold Schulman’s Sleeping Ugly, LA Times Critic’s Choice Aspirin & ELEPHANTS and Last of the Knotts, and the world premiere Lisa Phillips Visca’s Raise Me Up.  Featuring a stellar cast of stage and screen personalities that includes includes Max Bunzel (Don’t Trust the B- in Apartment 23; NCIS: Los Angeles); Patrick Censoplano (Fame; Gettin’ In – Seven Arts Pictures): Dennis Michael* (Two Minute Warning – Universal; Raid on Entebbe – 20th Century Fox); Mary Ann Pianka (Gossip Girl, Life on Earth); Evelyn Rudie* (Funny, You Don’t Look Like A Grandmother; Raise Me Up); Terasa Sciortino* (Kontrast; Josh Brolin and Vincent Riverside’s Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap); Elisa Surmont* (Shattered Illusions; Hollywood Revisited – National Tour); With special appearances by Mike DiGirolamo (Three Sisters – Steppenwolf; The Best Thanksgiving Ever), Kelley Dorney* (Toy Story: The Musical; Twice Charmed – Walt Disney Theatre), Carly Reeves (Charlie Wilson’s War; Larry Crowne).

Turning Thirty – the ultimate year; the ultimate love story.

Santa Monica Playhouse is supported in part by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the City of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Arts Commission and US Bank.

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Details

Start:
May 25, 2014 3:00 PM
End:
May 25, 2014 5:00 PM
Cost:
Gen. adm. $29; stud, teachers, srs, military $22.50. Groups of 8 or more $17.50. Under 12’s $15.00. $20 preview price April 19-20, April 27-28 (may not be combined with any other offer or discount).

Organizer

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779 ext 1
Email:
Website:
http://SantaMonicaPlayhouse.com

Venue

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779
1211 4th Street Santa Monica, 90401 United States
+ Google Map

“A must-see for any age!” raves Chris Knopf, past president of Writers’ Guild of America, West. “Guarantees laughs! She’s done it again!” hails playwright Jerry Mayer (Aspirin & ELEPHANTS, Almost Perfect, Dietrich & Chevalier, etc). From the team that brought you the 2013 hit Raise Me Up (“Outstanding!” American Radio Network; “Timeless as romance itself!” LA Weekly), it’s a world premiere romantic comedy about mothers, daughters, and the profound effect they have on each other and the men in their lives.. An obstacle course of weddings, Porsches, trust fund deadlines, biological clock time-bombs, and life-changing peanut butter frozen yogurt, Turning Thirty illuminates modern-day romance in all its unexpected glory, with the passion and pain of finding, losing, and finding once again your one and only true love.

Written by Lisa Phillips Visca, author of Raise Me Up, Sophia; adapted screenplay Turning Thirty, suspense thriller Climax, screwball farce Fishin’ Musicians. Reality show Love Match is in negotiations with tennis legend Ivan Lendl. The film version of her play Raise Me Up is in development with MRJ Films, directed by Vince Marcello. Directed by Chris DeCarlo, whose most recent projects include Arnold Schulman’s Sleeping Ugly, LA Times Critic’s Choice Aspirin & ELEPHANTS and Last of the Knotts, and the world premiere Lisa Phillips Visca’s Raise Me Up.  Featuring a stellar cast of stage and screen personalities that includes includes Max Bunzel (Don’t Trust the B- in Apartment 23; NCIS: Los Angeles); Patrick Censoplano (Fame; Gettin’ In – Seven Arts Pictures): Dennis Michael* (Two Minute Warning – Universal; Raid on Entebbe – 20th Century Fox); Mary Ann Pianka (Gossip Girl, Life on Earth); Evelyn Rudie* (Funny, You Don’t Look Like A Grandmother; Raise Me Up); Terasa Sciortino* (Kontrast; Josh Brolin and Vincent Riverside’s Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap); Elisa Surmont* (Shattered Illusions; Hollywood Revisited – National Tour); With special appearances by Mike DiGirolamo (Three Sisters – Steppenwolf; The Best Thanksgiving Ever), Kelley Dorney* (Toy Story: The Musical; Twice Charmed – Walt Disney Theatre), Carly Reeves (Charlie Wilson’s War; Larry Crowne).

Turning Thirty – the ultimate year; the ultimate love story.

Santa Monica Playhouse is supported in part by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the City of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Arts Commission and US Bank.

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Details

Start:
May 18, 2014 3:00 PM
End:
May 18, 2014 5:00 PM
Cost:
Gen. adm. $29; stud, teachers, srs, military $22.50. Groups of 8 or more $17.50. Under 12’s $15.00. $20 preview price April 19-20, April 27-28 (may not be combined with any other offer or discount).

Organizer

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779 ext 1
Email:
Website:
http://SantaMonicaPlayhouse.com

Venue

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779
1211 4th Street Santa Monica, 90401 United States
+ Google Map

“A must-see for any age!” raves Chris Knopf, past president of Writers’ Guild of America, West. “Guarantees laughs! She’s done it again!” hails playwright Jerry Mayer (Aspirin & ELEPHANTS, Almost Perfect, Dietrich & Chevalier, etc). From the team that brought you the 2013 hit Raise Me Up (“Outstanding!” American Radio Network; “Timeless as romance itself!” LA Weekly), it’s a world premiere romantic comedy about mothers, daughters, and the profound effect they have on each other and the men in their lives.. An obstacle course of weddings, Porsches, trust fund deadlines, biological clock time-bombs, and life-changing peanut butter frozen yogurt, Turning Thirty illuminates modern-day romance in all its unexpected glory, with the passion and pain of finding, losing, and finding once again your one and only true love.

Written by Lisa Phillips Visca, author of Raise Me Up, Sophia; adapted screenplay Turning Thirty, suspense thriller Climax, screwball farce Fishin’ Musicians. Reality show Love Match is in negotiations with tennis legend Ivan Lendl. The film version of her play Raise Me Up is in development with MRJ Films, directed by Vince Marcello. Directed by Chris DeCarlo, whose most recent projects include Arnold Schulman’s Sleeping Ugly, LA Times Critic’s Choice Aspirin & ELEPHANTS and Last of the Knotts, and the world premiere Lisa Phillips Visca’s Raise Me Up.  Featuring a stellar cast of stage and screen personalities that includes includes Max Bunzel (Don’t Trust the B- in Apartment 23; NCIS: Los Angeles); Patrick Censoplano (Fame; Gettin’ In – Seven Arts Pictures): Dennis Michael* (Two Minute Warning – Universal; Raid on Entebbe – 20th Century Fox); Mary Ann Pianka (Gossip Girl, Life on Earth); Evelyn Rudie* (Funny, You Don’t Look Like A Grandmother; Raise Me Up); Terasa Sciortino* (Kontrast; Josh Brolin and Vincent Riverside’s Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap); Elisa Surmont* (Shattered Illusions; Hollywood Revisited – National Tour); With special appearances by Mike DiGirolamo (Three Sisters – Steppenwolf; The Best Thanksgiving Ever), Kelley Dorney* (Toy Story: The Musical; Twice Charmed – Walt Disney Theatre), Carly Reeves (Charlie Wilson’s War; Larry Crowne).

Turning Thirty – the ultimate year; the ultimate love story.

Santa Monica Playhouse is supported in part by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the City of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Arts Commission and US Bank.

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Details

Start:
May 11, 2014 3:00 PM
End:
May 11, 2014 5:00 PM
Cost:
Gen. adm. $29; stud, teachers, srs, military $22.50. Groups of 8 or more $17.50. Under 12’s $15.00. $20 preview price April 19-20, April 27-28 (may not be combined with any other offer or discount).

Organizer

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779 ext 1
Email:
Website:
http://SantaMonicaPlayhouse.com

Venue

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779
1211 4th Street Santa Monica, 90401 United States
+ Google Map

“A must-see for any age!” raves Chris Knopf, past president of Writers’ Guild of America, West. “Guarantees laughs! She’s done it again!” hails playwright Jerry Mayer (Aspirin & ELEPHANTS, Almost Perfect, Dietrich & Chevalier, etc). From the team that brought you the 2013 hit Raise Me Up (“Outstanding!” American Radio Network; “Timeless as romance itself!” LA Weekly), it’s a world premiere romantic comedy about mothers, daughters, and the profound effect they have on each other and the men in their lives.. An obstacle course of weddings, Porsches, trust fund deadlines, biological clock time-bombs, and life-changing peanut butter frozen yogurt, Turning Thirty illuminates modern-day romance in all its unexpected glory, with the passion and pain of finding, losing, and finding once again your one and only true love.

Written by Lisa Phillips Visca, author of Raise Me Up, Sophia; adapted screenplay Turning Thirty, suspense thriller Climax, screwball farce Fishin’ Musicians. Reality show Love Match is in negotiations with tennis legend Ivan Lendl. The film version of her play Raise Me Up is in development with MRJ Films, directed by Vince Marcello. Directed by Chris DeCarlo, whose most recent projects include Arnold Schulman’s Sleeping Ugly, LA Times Critic’s Choice Aspirin & ELEPHANTS and Last of the Knotts, and the world premiere Lisa Phillips Visca’s Raise Me Up.  Featuring a stellar cast of stage and screen personalities that includes includes Max Bunzel (Don’t Trust the B- in Apartment 23; NCIS: Los Angeles); Patrick Censoplano (Fame; Gettin’ In – Seven Arts Pictures): Dennis Michael* (Two Minute Warning – Universal; Raid on Entebbe – 20th Century Fox); Mary Ann Pianka (Gossip Girl, Life on Earth); Evelyn Rudie* (Funny, You Don’t Look Like A Grandmother; Raise Me Up); Terasa Sciortino* (Kontrast; Josh Brolin and Vincent Riverside’s Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap); Elisa Surmont* (Shattered Illusions; Hollywood Revisited – National Tour); With special appearances by Mike DiGirolamo (Three Sisters – Steppenwolf; The Best Thanksgiving Ever), Kelley Dorney* (Toy Story: The Musical; Twice Charmed – Walt Disney Theatre), Carly Reeves (Charlie Wilson’s War; Larry Crowne).

Turning Thirty – the ultimate year; the ultimate love story.

Santa Monica Playhouse is supported in part by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the City of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Arts Commission and US Bank.

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Details

Start:
May 4, 2014 3:00 PM
End:
May 4, 2014 5:00 PM
Cost:
Gen. adm. $29; stud, teachers, srs, military $22.50. Groups of 8 or more $17.50. Under 12’s $15.00. $20 preview price April 19-20, April 27-28 (may not be combined with any other offer or discount).

Organizer

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779 ext 1
Email:
Website:
http://SantaMonicaPlayhouse.com

Venue

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779
1211 4th Street Santa Monica, 90401 United States
+ Google Map

“A must-see for any age!” raves Chris Knopf, past president of Writers’ Guild of America, West. “Guarantees laughs! She’s done it again!” hails playwright Jerry Mayer (Aspirin & ELEPHANTS, Almost Perfect, Dietrich & Chevalier, etc). From the team that brought you the 2013 hit Raise Me Up (“Outstanding!” American Radio Network; “Timeless as romance itself!” LA Weekly), it’s a world premiere romantic comedy about mothers, daughters, and the profound effect they have on each other and the men in their lives.. An obstacle course of weddings, Porsches, trust fund deadlines, biological clock time-bombs, and life-changing peanut butter frozen yogurt, Turning Thirty illuminates modern-day romance in all its unexpected glory, with the passion and pain of finding, losing, and finding once again your one and only true love.

Written by Lisa Phillips Visca, author of Raise Me Up, Sophia; adapted screenplay Turning Thirty, suspense thriller Climax, screwball farce Fishin’ Musicians. Reality show Love Match is in negotiations with tennis legend Ivan Lendl. The film version of her play Raise Me Up is in development with MRJ Films, directed by Vince Marcello. Directed by Chris DeCarlo, whose most recent projects include Arnold Schulman’s Sleeping Ugly, LA Times Critic’s Choice Aspirin & ELEPHANTS and Last of the Knotts, and the world premiere Lisa Phillips Visca’s Raise Me Up.  Featuring a stellar cast of stage and screen personalities that includes includes Max Bunzel (Don’t Trust the B- in Apartment 23; NCIS: Los Angeles); Patrick Censoplano (Fame; Gettin’ In – Seven Arts Pictures): Dennis Michael* (Two Minute Warning – Universal; Raid on Entebbe – 20th Century Fox); Mary Ann Pianka (Gossip Girl, Life on Earth); Evelyn Rudie* (Funny, You Don’t Look Like A Grandmother; Raise Me Up); Terasa Sciortino* (Kontrast; Josh Brolin and Vincent Riverside’s Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap); Elisa Surmont* (Shattered Illusions; Hollywood Revisited – National Tour); With special appearances by Mike DiGirolamo (Three Sisters – Steppenwolf; The Best Thanksgiving Ever), Kelley Dorney* (Toy Story: The Musical; Twice Charmed – Walt Disney Theatre), Carly Reeves (Charlie Wilson’s War; Larry Crowne).

Turning Thirty – the ultimate year; the ultimate love story.

Santa Monica Playhouse is supported in part by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the City of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Arts Commission and US Bank.

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Details

Start:
April 27, 2014 3:00 PM
End:
April 27, 2014 5:00 PM
Cost:
Gen. adm. $29; stud, teachers, srs, military $22.50. Groups of 8 or more $17.50. Under 12’s $15.00. $20 preview price April 19-20, April 27-28 (may not be combined with any other offer or discount).

Organizer

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779 ext 1
Email:
Website:
http://SantaMonicaPlayhouse.com

Venue

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779
1211 4th Street Santa Monica, 90401 United States
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“A must-see for any age!” raves Chris Knopf, past president of Writers’ Guild of America, West. “Guarantees laughs! She’s done it again!” hails playwright Jerry Mayer (Aspirin & ELEPHANTS, Almost Perfect, Dietrich & Chevalier, etc). From the team that brought you the 2013 hit Raise Me Up (“Outstanding!” American Radio Network; “Timeless as romance itself!” LA Weekly), it’s a world premiere romantic comedy about mothers, daughters, and the profound effect they have on each other and the men in their lives.. An obstacle course of weddings, Porsches, trust fund deadlines, biological clock time-bombs, and life-changing peanut butter frozen yogurt, Turning Thirty illuminates modern-day romance in all its unexpected glory, with the passion and pain of finding, losing, and finding once again your one and only true love.

Written by Lisa Phillips Visca, author of Raise Me Up, Sophia; adapted screenplay Turning Thirty, suspense thriller Climax, screwball farce Fishin’ Musicians. Reality show Love Match is in negotiations with tennis legend Ivan Lendl. The film version of her play Raise Me Up is in development with MRJ Films, directed by Vince Marcello. Directed by Chris DeCarlo, whose most recent projects include Arnold Schulman’s Sleeping Ugly, LA Times Critic’s Choice Aspirin & ELEPHANTS and Last of the Knotts, and the world premiere Lisa Phillips Visca’s Raise Me Up.  Featuring a stellar cast of stage and screen personalities that includes includes Max Bunzel (Don’t Trust the B- in Apartment 23; NCIS: Los Angeles); Patrick Censoplano (Fame; Gettin’ In – Seven Arts Pictures): Dennis Michael* (Two Minute Warning – Universal; Raid on Entebbe – 20th Century Fox); Mary Ann Pianka (Gossip Girl, Life on Earth); Evelyn Rudie* (Funny, You Don’t Look Like A Grandmother; Raise Me Up); Terasa Sciortino* (Kontrast; Josh Brolin and Vincent Riverside’s Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap); Elisa Surmont* (Shattered Illusions; Hollywood Revisited – National Tour); With special appearances by Mike DiGirolamo (Three Sisters – Steppenwolf; The Best Thanksgiving Ever), Kelley Dorney* (Toy Story: The Musical; Twice Charmed – Walt Disney Theatre), Carly Reeves (Charlie Wilson’s War; Larry Crowne).

Turning Thirty – the ultimate year; the ultimate love story.

Santa Monica Playhouse is supported in part by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the City of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Arts Commission and US Bank.

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Start:
April 20, 2014 3:00 PM
End:
April 20, 2014 5:00 PM
Cost:
Gen. adm. $29; stud, teachers, srs, military $22.50. Groups of 8 or more $17.50. Under 12’s $15.00. $20 preview price April 19-20, April 27-28 (may not be combined with any other offer or discount).

Organizer

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779 ext 1
Email:
Website:
http://SantaMonicaPlayhouse.com

Venue

Santa Monica Playhouse
Phone:
310-394-9779
1211 4th Street Santa Monica, 90401 United States
+ Google Map
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