Ashton's Audio Interview: French Stewart - Harry Solomon on the 1990s sitcom 3rd Rock from the Sun stars in "Forever Bound" at Atwater Village Theatre

According to Apostolina, the play is an homage to David Mamet's American Buffalo as well as to George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion. “I don't want to give away too much about the plot,” he says. “Suffice to say that in an attempt to save his dying business, the book dealer and his friend concoct a risky scheme that goes shockingly awry. Circumstances will ultimately challenge their moral compasses.”
Enjoy this interview about “Forever Bound” directed by Ann Hearn Tobolowsky and staring French Stewart(Harry Solomon in a recurring role on the TV series 3rd Rock from the Sun) at Atwater Village Theatre, running until June 16th. You can listen to this interview while commuting, while waiting in line at the grocery store or at an audition, backstage and even front of the stage. For tickets and more info Click here.

Reasons to Get Off the Couch

Looking for reasons to get off your couch? Then look no further - here are some great shows and events happening this week for you to go check out.

  • There's still time to experience The Jerry Maguire Video Store - this pop up by Everything Is Terrible has acquired 14000 VHS tapes of the Tom Cruise film and has recreated a video store. They'll eventually be building a giant pyramid. On till Jan 29.
  • Scherzo Theater Company is remounting their delightful 8:03 over in Hollywood to raise funds for the American Cancer Society.
  • Bloodletting by Boni Alvarez is closing this weekend. Don't miss this tale about Filipina witches! Closing Sunday at Atwater Theatre.
  • Playing this weekend is SEVEN written by seven female playwrights - Part theatre, part documentary, SEVEN is an affirmation of the boundless power of hope and determination. Playing at LA Theatre Works.
  • Cornerstone Theatre Company is currently running fellowship the eighth play in their Hunger Cycle, which is an immersive experience that puts you in the role of volunteer. Runs until Feb 12.
  • Microtheater LA is an immersive social art experience. Five different theater companies present 5 plays, 15 minutes each, 5 times a night, inside working art studios. Each performance holds only a small group of audience members to allow for a unique intimate theater experience. Jan 28t at 7pm.


What MUST SEE events are you going to this week? Let us know in the comments!

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