The Edgemar Center for the Arts Presents
The World Premiere Engagement of the New Play:
ONE WHITE CROW
-2 WEEKENDS LEFT
(6/14 – 6/16, 6/21 – 6/23)
A journalist, a medium, and a skeptic, where does belief end and truth begin?
Written by Dale Griffiths Stamos.
Directed by Deborah LaVine.
Produced by Alexandra Guarnieri for Edgemar Center for the Arts.
starring Rob Estes, Jane Hajduk & Michelle Danner
Hear What the Critics are Saying:
"Director Deborah LaVine's nicely character-driven staging crafts figures who represent two extreme poles of dogmatic belief — Teresa and her Richard Dawkins-like boyfriend Alex (a nicely prickly Rob Estes) contrast arrestingly with Danner's Knight, whose inscrutable, Paula Dean-meets-carnival fortune-teller persona is fascinating." – Paul Birchall (LA Weekly)
"The acting is first rate. Judith Knight is a dream role for Danner; it's an ideal fit. As an acting teacher and coach, she is called upon to be patient and understanding, and all of this experience lends credibility and great subtlety to her performance… Hajduk is a marvel at conveying complexity. O'Neill is driven and carries a secret… When Knight discovers it, it becomes a breakthrough for her character… Hajduk carries through divinely. Estes is such a terrific actor/reactor that he makes Rimbaud totally his own." - Don Grigware (Broadwayworld.com)
April 27- June 23, 2013. Fri. & Sat. at 8:00, Sun. at 5:00.
ADMISSION: $34.99. A limited number of seats will be available for each performance at $25.00.
RESERVATIONS: (310) 392-7327.