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  1. THAT 90'S SHOW - Hollywood

    Check out a hip new play right in the heart of Hollywood! THAT 90'S SHOW A collection of plays by David Ives February 3,4,10-14,17-19,25,26 March 4,5 The John Raitt Theater 6520 Hollywood Boulevard Hollywood, California 90028 Cross streets - Hollywood & Wilcox (Free parking on street or $6 parking behind theatre on Wilcox) Buy tickets online: www.90show.com Advance tickets: $23 (******) Limited seating at the door: $30 Catered event on the 14th for Valentine's Day!: $35 (advance), $45 (limited seating at the door) Drinks available at the venue before the performance For more information, email [email protected] Starring: Tina Argiro, Kelly Bellini, Darren Meekin, Weston Pew, Jeff Rubino and Marie Wong That 90’s Show, a trio of David Ives one-acts, is not only a revival of three short plays by one of the 1990’s most inventive authors, but also a return to the many challenging themes and novelties of the era. English Made Simple, a comic deconstruction of romantic anxiety, features the brand of ironic, self-referential repartee that would become mainstays of shows like Seinfeld. In the play, two former lovers unexpectedly meet at a party, and scramble to manage the often sticky (and comic) situation of “being ex’s.†Likewise, Long Ago and Far Away also sets its roots in “generation X†fascinations, especially identity crisis and metaphysical angst, themes that were to be cornerstones of 90’s TV programs like Twin Peaks and The X Files. As its title implies, the show is about a seemingly happy couple growing apart in their romantic relationship through a particularly bizarre series of events. Finally, Foreplay, or the Art of the Fugue presents a highly inventive twist on courtship and seduction, set on a put-put golf course of all places. Among other circus stunts, it exploits the restless, formal hijinks flaunted during MTV’s most daring 90’s heyday. Director Scott Werve Set Design Grant van Zevern Lighting Design Leigh Allen Costume Design Misty Halliday Production Manager Chris Smith Stage Manager Lily Hope Marketing Marie Wong Range View Productions is committed to presenting competent and entertaining theatre events with contemporary verve and cleverly integrated production value. The working members of the group are especially dedicated to the work of mid-career theatre professionals, seeking inventive projects that will challenge their talent and training for the production of dramatic storytelling.