Fiction, Monologues, Plays & More
We’re doing another monologue show! Over the last couple years, Eclectic Voices has produced several monologue shows,Funny How Things Work Out, Abstract Concepts, Signs from the Universe, All Over Again and The Theory of Silence. This past January we happily brought back the series with We’re No Heroes which was a big success.
This month, in celebration of the coming of spring, we’re bringing you a brand-new monologue show based on that extra special/chaotic event, the wedding, which we’re calling: The Big Day.
It’s a pay-what-you-can sort of thing, and proceeds will go toward funding future readings, productions, publications, maintenance of this website, and other Eclectic Voices activities. If you’re in the LA area, come check it out! You can’t argue with pay-what-you-can, AND it’s at 11pm so it should be well beyond rush hour LA traffic. So basically…no excuses.
And if you’re not in LA, spread the word to your LA friends! It’s going to be a fun night.
Here’s the info:
Eclectic Voices presents
The Big Day
monologues, rants and oddities about your wedding day
Nine writers from the Eclectic Voices writers group bring you a late night show of brand-new, never before seen monologues about that extra special/chaotic day: the wedding day. Featuring the voices of a singing bridesmaid, a wayward limo driver, an ex-lover, a mother of the groom, a feisty wedding planner, a unique ring bearer, a redneck bridesmaid, an enlightened flower girl and a muggle caterer.
April 25, 26, May 2, 3 at 11pm
Pay What You Can
Featuring writing by Taylor Ashbrook, Mark Bate, Niki Blumberg, Jeff Folschinsky, Questa Gleason, Sean M. Kozma, Ken Patton, Chelsea Sutton Tyler Tanner
Featuring performances by Jason Britt, Paul Duffy, Questa Gleason, Meghan McConnell, Sean M. Kozma, Chelsea Sutton, Aleshya Uthappa, Mary Zastrow
At: Eclectic Company Theatre
5312 Laurel Canyon Blvd, Valley Village