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 Both “Monique” and “W;t” were featured in an article, “Life and death matters on Torrance stages,” in last Thursday’s Long Beach Press Telegram. You can read the article in full on their web site by clicking here.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ATTN: Entertainment Editor

RE: “BURN THIS “ by Lanford Wilson

A young dancer’s accidental death uproots the lives of four New Yorkers who, through their shared grief, confront personal passions and unexpected desire. A funny, explosive and turbulent play about overcoming our deepest fears and doubts.

BURN THIS is a powerful, electrifying work by playwright, Lanford Wilson, whom many regard as our theatre’s finest living writer. MORE…

 


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ATTN: Entertainment Editor

RE: “… AND THEN THERE WAS NUN”

Returns to PV Players for the Fourth time!!

By popular demand, “… AND THEN THERE WAS NUN,” the 1990 “Robby” Award winner for “Best Comedy Production,” returns for its fourth run at the PV Players Theatre in Torrance, CA.

What? You haven’t seen “… AND THEN THERE WAS NUN?” Well, we won’t keep you in suspense any longer … MORE…

 


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PV Players’ “How I Learned To Drive”, “The Sea Horse”, “Tartuffe” & “Laughter on the 23rd Floor” make Best of 2003 lists – January 2004

PV Players is proud to announce that two Main Stage productions and two 2nd Stage shows from last season were named among the best of 2003 in local newspapers. The PV Players’ 2nd Stage productions How I Learned To Drive (#6) and The Sea Horse (#7), and Laughter on the 23rd Floor (#8) from PV Players’ Main Stage ranked among Kari Sayers’ Top Ten Best South Bay Shows of 2003 inRave! Meanwhile, Tartuffe placed at number 5 in The Beach Reporter.


Best of the Stage by Kent Stoddart, The Beach Reporter, December 31, 2003

“These were the shows of 2003 that made the audience cry, laugh, sing and jump out of their seats to applaud.”

5. ‘Tartuffe’

“The Palos Verdes Players and director Ken MacFarlane worked with a prose translation of Moliere’s farce that paid dividends for the company. The actors reveled in the verbal repartee, created clever character business and perfectly timed the physical humor of the piece.”


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Season Opener “London Suite” Also Celebrates PV Players’ 70th Anniversary– November, 2003

As community leaders and other patrons arrived to the gala opening of London Suite, the opening play of PV Players 2003-2004 Main Stage season, they received the star treatment. Paparazzi, autograph hounds and film crews converged on the guests at the entrance to the theater on Saturday, November 15, 2003. The star treatment was in celebration of the 70 years that PV Players has been in existence in the South Bay, and to “Celebrate the Next 70 Years.” MORE…

 


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PV Players Awards Banquet Honors 2002-2003 Season Productions – November 2003

Celebration was the name of the game when PV Players Community Theater honored one and all at its 2002-2003 Main Stage Season Awards Banquet on Sunday, November 9, 2003. For the third year in a row, Daryl Hogue and Tony Torrisi hosted the evening’s festivities and together were a smash hit with their ‘bits’ and renditions of the season’s shows. Cast and crew reunited to celebrate the past year’s productions, which included Inspecting Carol by Daniel Sullivan, The Lion in Winter by James Goldman, Laughter on the 23rd Floor by Neil Simon,Angel Street/Gaslight by Patrick Hamilton, Sylvia by A. R. Gurney, Murder Roomby Jack Sharkey and Tartuffe by Moliére.