SEX WITH STRANGERS

Sexual sparks fly when a prim-and-proper one-flop-wonder of a novelist and a best-selling chronicler of a year’s worth of one-night stands find themselves the only guests in a rural bed-and-breakfast in Sex With Strangers, Laura Eason’s provocative, conversation-provoking, undeniably sexy dramedy, now making its Los Angeles debut at the Geffen Playhouse.
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DUSK RINGS A BELL

Stephen Belber’s dramatic, romantic, heartbreaking Dusk Rings A Bell provides a compelling acting showcase for two of the finest young talents in town, Brea Bee and Wes McGee.
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THE MOUNTAINTOP

A sexy young maid’s late-night visit to a preacher’s Memphis motel room provokes unexpected consequences in Katori Hall’s The Mountaintop. That the preacher in question is Dr. Martin Luther King on the last night of his life is just one reason audiences should be lining up to catch the Olivier Award Winning Best New Play of 2009’s long-awaited Los Angeles Premiere at the Matrix.
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BARCELONA

A tour-de-force star turn by Betty Gilpin and a magnificent Carlos Leal are just two reasons not to miss Barcelona, Bess Wohl’s funny, thought-provoking, and ultimately quite moving look at European-American relations as seen from the starting-off point of a hot-and-heavy one-night stand.
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RED

John Logan’s Red, winner of six 2010 Tonys (including Best Play), has at long last made its Orange County debut in a production so pitch-perfect, it’s hard to imagine even the original Broadway team doing it any better than it’s being done at South Coast Repertory.
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DREAM CATCHER

Highly-charged subject matter, dynamic performances, and enough sexual heat to match the highest temperatures in the Mojave Desert spark Stephen Sachs’ thought-provoking Dream Catcher, now electrifying audiences in its World Premiere engagement at the Fountain Theatre.
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