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The Start of Something REAL
Short Plays and Musicals by
Carwash; or In This Town, You Are What You Drive-A top movie producer, a newly-arrived small town girl, a wannabe starlet and a colorful carwash cashier cross paths at an L.A. carwash, but which car is whose? And does it really matter? Comedy.
The Stone Cat - Two neighbors, one isolated and the other overly friendly, test the boundaries of friendship and reality. Comedy.
Super 8 Versus Bacara Resort and Spa - A Hollywood producer trying to relax is annoyed by his next-door hotel guest, a sweet small town Southern girl; but is she really just an actress trying to get a part? Romantic Comedy.
More Precious Than Diamonds, the Musical - A single woman turning 40 can't wait any longer for a Tiffany diamond and visits Tiffany's Beverly Hills with her married friend, where they meet a handsome but nerdy salesman who encourages her to try on an $84,900 ring, which gets stuck; Romantic Musical Comedy.
The Truth About the Trash in the Trailer- Two very different L.A. sisters fly to Arizona to help their Great-Aunt, a stranger, move into a nursing home-at least, that's the plan. Comedy.
You Can’t Be Tony!/The Start of Something Real - A model home stager invents the perfect man (client) to gear her home decor to, but when he shows up and claims the house, fireworks begin. A Double Play. Romantic Comedy.
Museum Tour, the Musical - The Old West meets The Twilight Zone when a sophisticated Angeleno visits a Western museum. Musical Comedy.
Jonathan Levit, Derrel Maury and Eva Minemar
Opens Friday July 8 through July 17
Fridays, Saturdays - 8:00 PM, Sundays - 2:00 PM
Reservations 1-877-620-ROSE (7673)
Buy online: www.secretrose.com
$15 - General Admission
with Fay Gauthier, Kenny Johnston, Catherine Lidstone,
Frytz Mor, Erin Neimeyer, Maria Paris, Jennifer Pearce,
Elain Rinehart, Kathryn Taylor, Lizzie Thrasher, Neil Unger, Alicia Wheeler
Personal note from Stephanie:
It means more to me than I can express when people support my art by attending shows and purchasing books and music. God bless you, one and all, and see you at the theatre!