Theatre In Los Angeles    
Your Source For What's On Stage In Los Angeles 

   Quick Search
OR
Search by date:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  Play Details

After The Fall

Lillian Theatre
1076 Lillian Way Hollywood

After the Fall is an experimental portrait of a man struggling with the choices he has made in his public and private life, examining the personal, political and universal forces that collide when we "fall" from innocence. Considered by many to be his most autobiographical play, Arthur Miller takes us on a fascinating journey through the inner psyche, exploring how each of us must learn to live, love and survive in our own way, "after the fall."

Presented by Elephant Theatre

Thru - Apr 1, 2012

Thursdays: 8:00pm
Fridays: 8:00pm
Saturdays: 8:00pm
Sundays: 3:00pm



Price: $20-$25

Show Type: Drama

Box Office: 323-962-0046

Running Time: 120 minutes



Click Here for Half-Price Tickets



Nearby Restaurants

  Review Round-Up

Los Angeles Times - Recommended

"...From the poetic “Are We the Waiting” and “Wake Me Up When September Ends” to the defiant “Know Your Enemy” to the anthem-like “21 Guns,” the expertly performed songs cast a spell that had young, old and middle-aged audience members head-banging together at the Ahmanson. Now that alone is one incredible feat even if this merging of Broadway and VH1 styles is only a pit-stop on the way to the musical’s 21st century future."
Read Full Review

Charles McNulty


LA Weekly - Recommended

"...Director Rozsa Horvath has mounted a commendably handsome production, commingling music, lighting, sound and video (designers Vinnie Reyes, Michael Gend, Matt Richter and William Barker/Bruce Allen respectively) to create an appropriately baleful ambiance."
Read Full Review

Deborah Klugman


Backstage - Somewhat Recommended

"...Miller offers a serious challenge to director RoZsa Horvath and her generally able cast by being too faithful to the details of his own life, including an excess of scarifying events and sketchily developed characters. In addition, he couches his tale in a tricky “experimental” format, nonlinear and often abstract, with sometimes-disconcerting elisions of time and place."
Read Full Review

Neal Weaver


BlogCritics.org - Recommended

"...Despite this criticism, I must give high marks to the HumanArts Theater Company’s new production, under the direction of RoZsa Horvath. The cast is uniformly excellent, with Brian Robert Harris a commanding presence as Quentin; Vincent Malcolm Cusimano is also fine as Mickey, the friend who betrays Quentin and who is clearly modeled after director and HUAC testifier Elia Kazan."
Read Full Review

Kurt Gardner



Follow Us On Twitter