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Connectivity – FREE Event at Theatre 40

By E.M. Fredric

Hollywood, CA (The Hollywood Times) 09/24/18 – Theatre 40 presents a FREE reading of Nancy Beverly’s play – Connectivity this Sunday night – September 30th at 7PM. Your feedback and presence are greatly welcomed.

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Ever meet someone you instantly butt heads with – but it turns out they are crucial to your life lessons? Complete strangers Arnie and Annabelle meet on a remote island – and then a horrifying accident forces them to deal with each other and figure out how to solve a life-threatening situation while examining their choices that have brought them to this moment.

Directed by Doug Oliphant – the cast includes Alan Aymie, Jennifer Laks and Leda Siskind. Playwright Nancy Beverly’s previous plays include Attack of the Moral Fuzzies, Godislav, Handcrafted Healing and Happy Wanderer.

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The Los Angeles Times says: “Theatre 40 is one of the oldest, finest and most respected of all theatres in all of Los Angeles. With over 450 productions to their credit and over 300 drama critics’ awards for excellence, Theatre 40 is one of LA’s best. Excellent production qualities, great selection of plays, an elegant intimate theatre and always free parking!”

Theatre 40’s parking can be accessed from the intersection of Durant Avenue and Moreno Drive. The venue is on the campus of Beverly Hills High School.

Location: 241 S. Moreno Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212

Date: September 30th

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Time: 7PM

Phone: (310) 364-0535

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Website: www.theatre40.org

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