Peace in Our Time wins Ovation Award

“The Antaeus Company’s production of Peace in Our Time, a rarely revived play by Noel Coward, received the award for best production of a play at an intimate theater.”  Read the full article and list of recipients in the LA Times HERE.

It’s been one of my theatrical highlights. I’m so proud of The Antaeus Company and thankful to be a part of such an incredible cast and production.

 

Photos: Peace In Our Time

 

New performances added for Peace In Our Time

We’ve added new shows. My scheduled performances are as follows…

Friday, November 25 – 8pm
Sunday, November 27 – 2:30pm
Thursday, December 1 – 8pm
Saturday, December 3 – 8pm
Sunday, December 4 – 2:30pm
Friday, December 9 – 8pm
Sunday, December 11 – 2:30pm
Friday, December 16 – 8pm
Saturday, December 17 – 8pm
Sunday, December 18 – 7:30pm

I hope to see you there!  BUY TICKETS

LA Times Loves Peace In Our Time

We received a very nice review in the LA Times for PEACE IN OUR TIME. Here are some highlights:

“Peace in Our Time,” stunningly revived by the Antaeus Company

This beautifully mounted production, directed with poise by Casey Stangl, deserves to be a smasheroo in Los Angeles.

Jason Henning strikes just the right balance between courtesy and menace in his portrait of a German officer known as “the pride of the Gestapo.”

Did I let that last one slip in there?  Eh, it’s my blog.  Read the full Peace In Our Time – LA Times Reveiw

I hope you’ll come see it if you can.  We’re pretty good.

We run through mid December.  We’re double cast and share each role so…

Here are my specific PIOT dates:

Sunday, October 30 – 2:30pm
Thursday, November 3 – 8pm
Saturday, November 5 – 8pm
Friday, November 11 – 8pm
Sunday, November 13 – 2:30pm
Thursday, November 17 – 8pm
Saturday, November 19 – 8pm
Sunday, November 20 – 7:30pm
Friday, November 25 – 8pm
Sunday, November 27 – 2:30pm
Thursday, December 1 – 8pm
Saturday, December 3 – 8pm
Sunday, December 4 – 7:30pm
Friday, December 9 – 8pm
Sunday, December 11 – 2:30pm

I hope to see you there!  BUY TICKETS

Peace In Our Time – Opens October 20, 21, 22, 23

Peace In Our TimePremis: The Nazi’s won the Battle of Britain in 1940 and England is occupied by Germany.  I’m playing Herr Albrecht Richter “The Pride of the Gestapo.”  Hilarity ensues (not really).  It’s shaping up to be a wonderful production loaded with terrific actors.

From the program: “The idea of Peace in Our Time”, Noël Coward wrote, ”was conceived in Paris shortly after the Liberation. I began to suspect that the physical eff ect of four years intermittent bombing is far less damaging to the intrinsic character of a nation than the spiritual eff ect of four years enemy occupation.”

This mind-bending play, written by a master playwright at his devilish best, poses a most intriguing and terrifying question – What if the Nazis had won the Battle of Britain? Written in 1946, the play takes place in a South London pub with a diverse cast of characters – writers, artists, young members of the resistance, working-class Brits and of course, offi cers of the Third Reich. It presents a curious and fascinating look at London in the 1940’s.

Previews begin October 13, 2011
Opening Nights: October 20, 21, 22 at 8 pm & October 23 at 4 pm
Through December 11, 2011
Thurs—Sat at 8 pm, Sun at 2:30 pm
TICKETS

They double cast every role so pay attention to the ticket calendar and come attend an Epps Cocoas production…

Epps Cocoas
Emily Chase • Kendra Chell • Chris Clowers • John Combs • JD Cullum
Paul Culos • Jason Dechert • Etta Devine • Drew Doyle • Joseph Fuhr
Christopher Guilmet • Graham Hamilton • Jason Henning • Steve Hofvendahl
Raleigh Holmes • Danielle Jones • Susan Boyd Joyce • Lily Knight • Peter Larney
Richard Levinson • Zoe Perry • Joanna Strapp • Amelia White

Stubbs Specials
John Allee • Daniel Bess • Bill Brochtrup • Josh Clark • Chris Clowers
Mark Doerr • Karianne Flaathen • Eve Gordon • Belen Greene • Anna Mathias
Rosalyn Mitchell • Rebecca Mozo • Rob Nagle • Ann Noble
John Francis O’Brien • Melinda Peterson • Philip Proctor • Jesse Sharp
Brian Tichnell • Rebekah Tripp • Patrick Wenk-Wolff • Abby Wilde • Buck Zachary