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  In My Mind's Eye at Lonny Chapman Group Repertory Theatre

In My Mind's Eye

Lonny Chapman Group Repertory Theatre
10900 Burbank Blvd. North Hollywood

Inspired by true events, this memory play chronicles the life and loves of a courageous, legally-blind female public school teacher. It also explores the delicate balance of how a parent can become dependent on caring for a child with special needs. This was the first full-length play ever presented in this theater building, having been developed through Lonny Chapman’s Playwrights Unit. It won many awards and was published worldwide by Samuel French. We are proud to revive this charming, valiant love story and commemorate Lonny’s undying passion for new works that illuminate unusual sides of humanity.

Thru - Mar 15, 2020

Fridays: 8:00pm
Saturdays: 8:00pm
Sundays: 2:00pm

Price: $30

Show Type: Drama

Box Office: 818-763-5990

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  In My Mind's Eye Reviews
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The Tolucan Times - Recommended

"...The cast gives powerful performances, especially Haire and Peyton Kirkner. Playing Patricia at different points in her life, the two expressively reveal her strength, determination and vulnerability. Bobby Slaski's self-deprecating, charming Hugo and Maria Kress's overprotective, challenging mother add depth, with Lloyd Pedersen's curmudgeonly Calhoun providing sensitive support."
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Mary Mallory

NoHoArtsDistrict - Highly Recommended

"...The actors are wonderful, the script is wonderful, and the direction is wonderful. I recommend "In My Mind's Eye." I'm still thinking about it. It is memorable. I hope you enjoy this first offering of the 46th Season at the Group Rep at the Lonny Chapman Theatre. I know I did."
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Cathy Wayne

Stage Raw - Somewhat Recommended

"...But as much as I enjoyed Patty's burgeoning romance, I couldn't help but want her to achieve true independence instead of merely transitioning from one caretaker to another. Her final departure from her mother's care is framed as her crowning victory, yet it never feels like a choice that she consciously made or fought for. Instead, it's one that she merely lucked into as she skips pleasantly into marital bliss. It's obvious that we're meant to share her joy, yet the high never quite hits."
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Julia Lloyd George

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