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Endgame

theatre · wisehart productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States

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  • BEST OF FRINGE

David Wisehart’s “Endgame” and Lanford Wilson’s “Home Free” have been selected for Best of Hollywood Fringe Festival (BOHFF) and will perform on a double bill for a night of twisted fun!

The show is one night only, Saturday July 30, 9:30 pm, at Theatre Asylum in Hollywood.

“GO!”
—L.A. Weekly

“Think Hitchcock with a dash of ‘The Twilight Zone.’ The writing is as good as the performances.”
—Lovell Estell III, L.A. Weekly

“The beauty and the complexity of this story comes through clear in every detail of staging and acting.”
—Erin Scott, LA Theatre Review

“A short, clever one-act.”
—Gregory Crafts, Theatre Unleashed

“Simple, sweet, and with a delightful twist at the end.”
—Kat Primeau

“This coffeehouse brews up mystery.”
—Summer Litwin

“Basically, all of those people who say JUST GO SEE THIS? They. Are. Dead. On. Seriously, people. This man can write a fiercely tight, multi-layered tale that comes in at 1/2-hour (!!!) and deserves no spoilers. The actors who bring it home are superb. Dude. Awesome.”
—Pam Noles

“An entertaining and an emotionally charged play well worth seeing. Don’t miss it!”
—Mike Bryant

“Terrific concept…riveting…excellent work.”
—Sam Vieira

A game of chess between a lonely writer and a woman of mystery leads to a surprising endgame and an unexpected mate.

WORLD PREMIERE
Dorie Theatre at The Complex

FREE PREVIEW:
Thursday, June 9, 7:15pm

$5 SHOWS:
Sunday, June 19, 12:15pm and 5:15pm
Sunday, June 26, 12:15pm and 5:15pm

CAST
Minette: Rachel Andrea Cox
Devon: Couso
Barista Bob: Wes Schilling

Previously workshopped in 2008 at the College of the Canyons New Works Festival.

Running time: 30 minutes

production team

* Fringe Veteran

WHAT I NEVER TOLD YOU

Sometimes love becomes transparent, but is it too late? Through the course of one evening, Nick and Alysha ultimately remind themselves how deep their love is. A knock on the door, however, brings the world crashing down around them.

WIGFIELD - The Play

Adapted from the book "Wigfield", this play tells the story of a writer named Russell Hokes who stumbles upon a 'town' of people who have is hope. Hope to be recognized as the town they claim to be before the government destroys them.