THE RAINBOW THEATRE COMPANY
    PRESENTS
    THE WORLD PREMIERE of a NEW PLAY
    BY HENRY JAGLOM:

    JUST
    45 MINUTES
    FROM
    BROADWAY

    Directed by GARY IMHOFF
    Produced by ALEXANDRA GUARNIERI

    Starring TANNA FREDERICK
    JULIE DAVIS, DAVID GARVER*, JACK
    HELLER*,  DAVID PROVAL*, DIANE
    SALINGER, HARRIET SCHOCK.

    Set and Lighting Design JOEL DAAVID       
    Stage Manager TOBIAS MEHLER


    Previews begin October 1st-October 16th, 2009.
    Opens Saturday, October 17 at 8 p.m.
    Thursdays through Saturdays at 8 p.m., Sundays at
    5 p.m.

    The Gala Opening Night performance on October
    17 is followed by a reception with hors d'oeuvres,
    libations & music.

    Dark Thanksgiving Weekend, November 26-29.
    Closes Sunday, December 20.

    ADMISSION: $25. Gala performance on October
    17, $100.

    RSVP Required: Reservation Line: (310) 392-7327.

    TO PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE PLEASE GO TO: www.edgemarcenter.org UNDER EVENTS

    At Edgemar Center For the Arts,  on the Main Stage, 2437 Main Street , Santa Monica , CA 90405 .
    Parking is available (fee charged) in an onsite structure, and metered parking is available in nearby Lot 11, across
    the street from Peet's Coffee.

    *                              *                              *                              *                              *                               

    The Isaacs are a mostly Jewish extended family (there's a little Irish, Italian and some Chickasaw thrown into the
    mix) of actors. George Isaacs, aka Grisha (Jack Heller) the patriarch, had been a third-generation star of the
    Yiddish theatre in his youth, before "crossing over" into English-speaking theatre as he grew up. His wife, Vivien
    Cooper ( Diane Salinger), had also been a successful stage actress, but now mostly stays at home and looks after
    George. Vivien's brother, Larry Cooper (David Proval), is in a nearby dinner-theatre production of "Guys and Dolls"
    and therefore staying at the Isaacs' house as well. Times are tough and theatre jobs are few, so they've also taken
    in a boarder, Sally Brooks (Harriet Schock), a fading character actress.

    George and Vivien have two grown daughters. Pandora, aka Panda (Tanna Frederick) the younger, is happy she
    was born in a trunk and has gotten to live the actor's life. But she has moved back into her parents' crumbling home,
    just 45 minutes from Broadway, after a long-term romance collapses, the latest of several failed love affairs. Betsy
    (Julie Davis), hates showbiz and is uncomfortable with its inhabitants, and moved away to become successful as a
    "civilian." She brings home her fiancé, Jimmy Halkin (David Garver), to meet the family. Also a successful
    businessman ("mostly in real estate"), Jimmy is as seemingly normal as her family members are "weird." That's
    how Betsy sees them. She's in for a surprise.
                 
    They are all in for surprises!

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