Theater That Matters presents Robert Anderson’s 1960’s play I Never Sang For My Father in a new production at Santa Monica’s Miles Playhouse. Directed by Tony Cronin and starring Shayne Anderson, Dana Kelly, Becky Bonar and Mary Carrig, the play focuses on the “Sandwich Generation” — adults facing the challenges of helping aging parents. Set in suburban Westchester County in the mid-1960’s, the play follows a family that’s members are each at a turning point of their lives. As current today as when it was first presented, director Tony Cronin has used imaginative lighting and sets to transport us to a time and place that speaks to all of us of family and change.
A very funny modern spin on the Middle Ages that couldn’t feel more timely. Clare is just a regular noblewoman living in medieval Italy, trying out hairstyles and waiting to get married… until a man named Francis starts ranting in the courtyard. Based on the real story of St Clare of Assisi, a play about what happens when your eyes are opened to the injustice of the world around you, and you can’t look away.
Fallaci and Panagoulis met in 1974 when she came down from Italy to interview him after the collapse of the military dictatorship in Greece. Panagoulis, who had been imprisoned and tortured for his actions against the Colonels, fell passionately in love with Fallaci, and vice versa. She was by his side when he once again risked his life to gather evidence against corrupt government leaders.
Teatro Martini’s sizzling dinner spectacular features an edgy combination of cabaret, comedy, music and cirque-style aerials and acrobatics. The Teatro Martini experience comes complete with a four-course meal. As you dine on your gourmet entree, you’ll be captivated by an energetic show of non-stop comedy, daring acrobatic acts, live music and more. Teatro Martini’s performers come from across the globe to provide you with a captivating and tantalizing getaway from the ordinary.