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  The Marriage Zone at Secret Rose Theatre

The Marriage Zone

Secret Rose Theatre
11246 Magnolia Blvd North Hollywood

Cal and Beth are selling their home. They’re visited by Skip and Ellie, an engaged couple, very much in love who are eager to buy their first home. They’re joined by Mike and Liz, apparently a couple of lookie-loos who decided to drop by and take a peek at the house for sale. The three couples get to chatting and begin to marvel at just how much they have in common. WAY too much in common, in fact. So much in common that it begins to become surreal. You are traveling to another dimension: A dimension of sight and sound and imagination. You are entering….The Marriage Zone. The Marriage Zone is the fourth in a series of comedies exploring the dynamics of the relationships between men and women by playwright and director Jeff Gould. His previous works include Troubled Waters, Is There Sex After Marriage?, and It’s Just Sex. The latter play has received productions across the globe. Gould has also been an actor and comedian and is a professional poker player.

Thru - Sep 24, 2017

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



Price: $40

Show Type: Comedy

Box Office: 818-762-2272

www.secretrose.com


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The Tolucan Times - Highly Recommended

"...Jeff Gould's The Marriage Zone is an excellent example of fusing drama and comedy together with relevant and entertaining results."
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M. Jarrett Christensen


Stage Raw - Highly Recommended

"...Gould's writing is crisp, glib and playful, and his production engagingly explores the wacky idea that these three couples are the same people at different points in their lives. Admittedly, this isn't a piece with much narrative heft; moreover, the issues it raises are efficiently resolved. Nor are the older characters anxious to detail the horrors of growing old: The focus is mostly on the younger people, who have energy and power, rather than the older, wiser folks, who are portrayed as glum in a manner that borders on cliche. (Why does everyone old have to turn into a wisecracking Alter Kocher?)"
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Paul Birchall



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