Friday, November 19, 2004

Our First Shout-Out

Our friends at LUBO gave us a little promo push today. That was so sweet. Thanks.

And in unintentional promotional news, John Wilkes Booth, who is featured heavily in "T.D.O.I.V.T.C.O.T.U.S." was the cover-boy of today. Yay for history.

Monday, November 15, 2004

The Where Of It All

Plymouth Theater is located at

4359 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90029

Which is here.

Tuesday, November 09, 2004

Romeo & Candace

What if Romeo moved on after he found Juliet dead? Set in contemporary times, this one-act play observes the spark of love between Romeo, a self-absorbed player, and Candace, a suicidal loner.


The Declaration of Independence vs. The Constitution of the United States

One ordinary man has to decide whether or not he should sell a family heirloom that is also an infamous part of American history. In his mind, this battle is fought by two competing ideas: chaos and order, as represented by the Declaration of Independence and The Constitution of the United States.


Monday, November 01, 2004

Who says the theater is dead?

This guy does, but he's wrong.

Saturday, October 30, 2004

Inaugural Presentation

Alastra & Sons,
Purveyors of
Fine & Fresh Theatre

Cordially invite you to attend its premiere presentation:

"Romeo & Candace"
"The Declaration of Independence vs.
The Constitution of the United States."

Two one-act plays
written by Alex
produced & directed by Anthony

... and starring







November 19, 20 (8:30pm) & 21 (2:30pm)
Plymouth Theater
Melrose, at Heliotrope (3 blocks west of Vermont)
Tickets $8.

For reservations or additional information,
call Anthony at 213.804.5398; or email