Due to the current surge of Covid-19 Two Heads Are Better Productions will delay the opening of Escape from the Garden (aka "Tracy in the Kitchen") to March 11th.
What happens when Tracy Greene, star of stage and television, bombs at the Ahmanson with her Blanche DuBois? Will her self-inflicted exile in a crappy apartment at “Two Palms Villa” in Van Nuys -- frantically scribbling away at her play about Marie Antoinette-- lead to total oblivion or to something better? Find out in Sarah Hunter’s World Premiere Comedy Escape from the Garden (aka "Tracy in the Kitchen").
Two Heads Are Better Productions presents Los Angeles Playwright, Sarah Hunter’s hilarious new play, "Escape from the Garden" (aka "Tracy in the Kitchen”) on March 11th at Two Roads Theater in Studio City (4348 Tujunga Ave. 91604). Sandra Cruze stars in this World Premiere directed by Marianne Davis which runs for nine performances beginning Friday, March 11, 18, 25, Saturday, March 12, 19, 26 at 7:30 PM. There will be three Sunday Matinees, March 13, 20, 27 at 3:00 PM.
Tickets are $25.00 (Students: $20.00) Available online at Eventful. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/escape-from-the-garden-tickets-243218161067?ref=eiosor
Sarah Hunter (Playwright) has produced and staged her original plays in Los Angeles and Pasadena while acting, creating, writing, and producing her web series with her Two Heads are Better creative partner, Sandra Cruze. The pair have won multiple awards for their web series "We're Not Dead Yet" now playing on YouTube.
Sarah performed her original one-woman solo show at Beyond Baroque in Venice, CA “Duck and Cover" and her Dogs are Better Than People at the Whitefire Theater in Los Angeles which was awarded with a Best of the Fest award. Her current play, "Escape from the Garden" (aka "Tracy in the Kitchen") is a play within a play. Tracy Greene, fading star of stage and television, experiences a meltdown in her apartment in Van Nuys after a bad review at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles which compells her to pen an original play about Marie Antoinette. Will she be obliterated during her exile in the kitchen, or will she rise above it all? Website: https://www.Twoheadsarebetterproductions.com
Marianne Davis (Director) is a Los Angeles based producer, director, actor, teacher, and spoken word artist. Escape From the Garden will be the fourth production Marianne has directed for Two Heads are Better after Daughter of Earth, Moonshine Mamas, and Top Girls and she is more excited than ever to help bring this play to life. Past film and television credits include HBO, E! Entertainment, and FX, and theatre credits include South Coast Repertory, Theatre Americana, and Sacred Fools Theatre Company- where she is a company member and teaching artist. Marianne currently co-produces and directs “We the People: Theatre Action” where artists and activists unite to raise money for non-profits. In addition to her artistic endeavors, Marianne attends Cal State LA in pursuit of a master’s in social work. She resides in Frogtown with her husband, 5-year-old son, and their two dogs. If not performing in Murder Mystery shows on the weekends, Marianne enjoys thrifting, laughing, and being a soccer mom.
Sandra Cruze (Tracy Greene) is delighted to be starring in Sarah’s new play. A role of a lifetime for her. Sandra and Sarah Hunter’s Twoheadsarebetterproductions.com produces the award-winning web series, We’re Not Dead Yet (WNDY) on YouTube. Her short film, The Physics of Killing is also pulling in the festival wins. For films that she has been in, visit Sandra Cruze IMDB.
Juls Hoover (Diane Greene/Marie Antoinette) is a Southern California native, a graduate from San Diego State University, and attended the British American Drama Academy. Her theatre credits include Julius Caesar, Titus Andronicus, As You Like It, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Anton in Show Business, Othello, The Many Murders of Wallace T. Walker, Twelfth Night, The Lark, Stop Kiss, and Taming of the Shrew. Television Credits: NCIS LA, Parks and Recreation, Arrested Development, and Happy Endings. Film credits: Manifest West, Found Family, Jersey Boys and The Sponsor.
Michael Selle (Karl Greene) grew up in the desolate expanse on the border of North Dakota and Minnesota and started performing at a young age. By 14 he was the lead singer in a number of rock and roll bands, and then moved to the “big city” of Minneapolis to pursue music. Michael studied Film/Animation at Minneapolis College of Art and Design, and attended California College of the Arts in San Francisco, earning an MFA in Directing/Screenwriting. Now a working actor living in Los Angeles, recent credits include the lead in the feature film Skyman, and numerous television productions. Michael continues to write and perform music, and pre-Covid, he performed Improv with the group Daddy’s Little Squirrel. He wants to thank the other actors, Sarah, and director Marianne Davis for helping him enter the theater scene in Los Angeles.
Aurelio Miguel Bocanegra (Ned) was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. Aurelio is a US Air Force Veteran and has been performing comedy since 2006 & acting since 2008. Aurelio has performed all across the country, in Canada, and in Europe on tour performing for the US Military. Aurelio has starred in numerous independent movies and was a Guest Star on the TV Show “Bones” on Fox!
Victor Bill (Delivery Men) is an LA-based actor who has been appearing in independent films as well as shorts and performing in stage plays. He's been studying acting for over two years with such teachers as Gerry Grennell, Terry Schreiber and John Markland.
Victor brings a unique cultural blend to his work. He grew up in Germany and Costa Rica and so is a native speaker of German and Spanish. He went to college at the University of Miami, FL, and Tufts University in Massachusetts. After 7 years in New York City, where he worked in tech and marketing as well as a model with Ford Models, he recently moved to L.A. to pursue acting full time.