Just CLosed: World Premiere of Sisters Three at the Inkwell
The 2016 workshop cast returned for the premiere of Jami Brandli's Sisters Three at The Inkwell Theater.
"an utterly absorbing play that is comic, tragic, and ultimately, blackly farcical" -- Paul Myrvold's Theatre Notes
"Dana DeRuyck as E.J., meanwhile, exerts every ounce of energy to hold her rage and grief silent — but erupts, to her chagrin, again and again." -- Mark Hein, Theatre Ghost
"Anne and EJ prove as impossible to turn away from as a train wreck, a term that could just as easily describe one as the other." -- Steven Stanley, StageSceneLA
"an inspired idea, and Brandli captures the artsy, antsy, angsty anguish that reportedly troubled the three [Brontë] sisters... with a taste for the literary and dash of daffiness, combined with female-driven themes and characters." -- Ed Rampell, Hollywood Progressive
"The excellent work of the three stars keeps the audience’s interest... SISTERS THREE certainly adds new dimensions to the concept of family dysfunction." -- Elaine Mura, Splash Magazines
Charlie George: Coming soon from Mornings & Mondays
Some friends are worth the trouble, even with all the drinking and smoking and not doing dishes and using your dishes without washing them after and going into hibernation without paying rent ahead of time and...
You know, we'll get back to you on whether it's worth it or not.
Charlie George. A new webseries about friendship, cohabitation, and puppets, coming to YouTube ... soon.