CARRADINES JOIN EAVESDROPPER ENSEMBLE FOR FRINGE FESTIVAL
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(HOLLYWOOD) A Hollywood Dynasty joins the final week of Fringe Festivities for Eavesdropper: 2012. Callista and Mariah Carradine, daughter and granddaughter respectively of Hollywood legend make
their first public appearance together since David Carradine’s death. This is also a first time the mother and daughter have appeared on the same bill together.
Granddaughter Mariah will headline as Lulu, the tragic heroine of the wild party cult classic Eavesdropper. Her mother Callista, daugther of Kung Fu legend David Carradine, will sing selections from her Hollywood Bowl and House of Blues repertoire live between the 8PM and Midnight shows at the Actors Garden 1306 N. Wilton Place in Hollywood, CA 90028. The sceond venue was added to handle spillover demand from the official Fringe shows at the Complex Theater.
The original mohawked Eavesdropper, Pedro Shanahan and Groundlings veteran Drue Delio will be on hand to help the ensemble cast pull off an all new version of the long-running cult hit. Eavesdropper: 2012 has 7 new characters and 8 scenes not found in the 2006 original version. Workshopped by the not-for-profit Mississippi Actors Group, the show features a roating cast from an ensemble of 50 actors.
To keep secrecy around the Fringe Festival premiere, actors were not allowed to see the script until 5 days before opening at the Complex Theater.
Internet viral sensation Lindon Von Warren will perform three of the 5 final June shows as "Izzy the Dork, a misfit technogeek who falls in love with Marsha, a bi-curious chapstick lesbian “Lindon with an i, not London with an O,” was discovered by Eavesdropper director Andy Libby at a fundraiser where he stole the show with dead-on sing-a-like performances of the young and old Judy Garland, Louis Armstrong and Ethel Merman.
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT hollywoodfringe.org and brownpapertickets.com
CONTACT: ROBERT “ANDY” LIBBY 323 365 8305