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Mine

Elephant Theatre
6322 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood

MINE is a universal coming of age around 30-ish story that takes place in Manhattan. It tells the story of Annie, a vulnerable and charismatic poet who never writes poetry. For two years, she has been dating Doug, a successful businessman who wants nothing more than to love and take care of her. She also has a deep connection with Sam, the slacker singer-songwriter who works with her at a neighborhood coffee bar. Sam represents adventure, music, and passion. Doug represents stability, love and home. Which path will Annie choose and how will she get back to the place where she is once again writing poetry and fulfilling her dreams? And in the midst of love, music and business, what is ultimately MINE?

Thru - Mar 11, 2012

Thursdays: 8:00pm
Fridays: 8:00pm
Saturdays: 8:00pm
Sundays: 7:00pm



Price: $20

Show Type: Drama

Box Office: 323-962-0046

www.elephantstages.com/



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  Review Round-Up

Los Angeles Times - Somewhat Recommended

"...Brunstetter has a gift for pointing out the underlying, unspoken conversations that make seemingly casual exchanges so awkward. Often, both men are on the stage, or in the bed, when Annie is “really” with only one. But director Dep Kirkland possibly overdoes the pensive silences and uneasy glances; the production has a muted, hesitant feel."
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Margaret Gray


LA Weekly - Somewhat Recommended

"...The action is frequently halted while Sam performs a song, and most scenes fail to climax or provide clear decisive action. Brunstetter writes interesting dialog, and the actors offer agreeable performances, though Dep Kirkland’s direction is vague. It all seems aimless."
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Neal Weaver


LAist - Recommended

"...Bekah Brunstetter’s slight but largely charming play “Mine” about a thirtysomething romantic triangle is getting a good production right now at the Elephant Stages Performance Lab in Hollywood."
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Lyle Zimskind



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