GOOD MOURNING

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Reviews: 3

Audience

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Sat Aug 31, 3:00pm
Sun Sep 01, 8:00pm
Sat Sep 07, 3:00pm
Sun Sep 08, 8:00pm

THE HUDSON THEATRE PRESENTS
The World Premiere Of
GOOD MOURNING
Written And Performed By
HOSEA CHANCHEZ
(Star Of The Game and Black Lightning)

AUGUST 11 – SEPTEMBER 8, 2019
The Hudson MainStage Theatre

LOS ANGELES (July 17, 2019) – Executive Producer Naturi Naughton, in association with The Hudson Theatre are pleased to present the world premiere of GOOD MOURNING, written and performed by Hosea Chanchez, (best known for his acclaimed roles on The Game and Black Lightning). The show will be directed by Danielle Moné Truitt and is set to open Sunday, August 11, 2019, in The Hudson MainStage Theatre. Performances will be Saturday 3:00PM and Sunday’s 8:00PM. Tickets: www.onstage411.com/goodmourning

ABOUT THE SHOW

36 days ago, Ernest's nine year-old daughter Lilly lost her battle with Leukemia. On day 37, Ernest is scheduled to return to work. Through a magical friendship formed with his daughter’s favorite toy, Ernest Murphy opens doors into his past and perhaps his future.

Good Mourning is one man's exploration through grief, denial and acceptance.

THE TEAM
Playwright / Performer / Produced by Hosea Chanchez
Directed by Danielle Moné Truitt
Executive Produced by Naturi Naughton
Produced by The Hudson Theatre
Lighting Design by Steve Pope
Publicist Sandra Kuker PR

VENUE | PERFORMANCES | DATES | TICKETS
GOOD MOURNING opens August 11 – September 8, 2019, at The Hudson MainStage Theatre.
Located at 6539 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA. 90038.
Performances will be on Saturday 3:00PM and Sunday 8:00PM (Opening night is Sunday, Aug. 11th). There will be one preview on Saturday Aug. 10th at 3PM. Running time is 75 minutes.

Admission:
$30.00 Advance ($35.00 At the Door)
$25.00 Students/Seniors with ID.... (use promo code 205)
$25.00 Military with ID…. (use promo code 205)
$25.00 Preview (Saturday, Aug. 10 @ 3PM)
Ticketing Link: www.onstage411.com/goodmourning

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Reviews

Cynthia Citron
"Ernest was a boy full of sadness and woe, and, I think you’ll agree, justifiably so.His mother had died, and just as he feared, his father then, literally, just disappeared.Leaving him, at thirteen, all alone, feeling abandoned and on his own."

sweet - Cynthia Citron - Santa Monica Daily Press - ...read full review


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"It’s a beautiful piece, a brave forage through dark moments and darker memories.  Mr Chanchez skillfully and with great pathos lays bare his soul as he seeks answers and reasons and release."

sweet - Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros - NoHo Arts District - ...read full review


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"While this self-reflection is wholly worthwhile for any individual experiencing loss, it feels too self-indulgent and inwardly focused to create the audience-performer bond that makes solo performance captivating."

sour - Taylor Kass - Stage Raw - ...read full review


Cynthia Citron
"Ernest was a boy full of sadness and woe, and, I think you’ll agree, justifiably so.His mother had died, and just as he feared, his father then, literally, just disappeared.Leaving him, at thirteen, all alone, feeling abandoned and on his own."

sweet - Cynthia Citron - Santa Monica Daily Press - ...read full review


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"It’s a beautiful piece, a brave forage through dark moments and darker memories.  Mr Chanchez skillfully and with great pathos lays bare his soul as he seeks answers and reasons and release."

sweet - Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros - NoHo Arts District - ...read full review


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"While this self-reflection is wholly worthwhile for any individual experiencing loss, it feels too self-indulgent and inwardly focused to create the audience-performer bond that makes solo performance captivating."

sour - Taylor Kass - Stage Raw - ...read full review