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Four Tree Plays

ensemble theatre · ray burley productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States

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May 03, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – May/June 2014 – Los Angeles, California

Four Tree Plays
- World Premiere at the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2014 – June 5 – 29, 2014
Thursdays (10:15PM), Fridays & Mondays (6:30PM), Saturday & Sundays (10:30AM) at Schkapf Theatre (aka Artworks Theatre), Hollywood, CA

EVENT: Four Tree Plays (Theatre) – 4 shorts, 4 actors, 5 writers, 7 trees full of metaphor, whimsy, philosophy, humor, dance, tears, joy, in one hour at the Hollywood Fringe 2014

OPENS: Thursday, June 5th at 10:15PM with *Press opening on Thursday, June 5th at 10:15PM and runs through Sunday, June 29th, 2014 at 10:30AM. Performances are Thursdays @ 10:15AM, Fridays & Mondays @ 6:30 PM, Saturdays & Sundays @ 10:30AM (matinees)

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May 03, 2014

Ray Burley Productions in Association with Schkapf Present
Four Tree Plays World Premiere at the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2014!

Logline: Philosophical, whimsical, metaphorical trees! Trees witness our lives. We love them. We ignore them. We need them.

Hollywood, CA – Ray Burley Productions (RBP) is proud to make its Los Angeles debut with the World Premiere of Four Tree Plays at the 2014 Hollywood Fringe Festival, in association with Schkapf (aka Artworks), playing June 5 – 29, 2014. Four Tree Plays is a one hour show that pays homage to the silent, but ever-present trees that surround and nourish our daily existence. Every tree has a story. This compilation tells stories that will transport audiences to the fantastical and guide them to questions on the nature of being. Learn what trees witness in four short plays. Seeking Still: Online dating is hard for everyone, but especially trees. Tree Counsel: A tree can be a sign from God...

Discount code: "bugle"

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