LET ME HEAR YOU WHISPER & THE STRANGEST KIND OF ROMANCE

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The Group Rep presents two unusual one-acts, Paul Zindel's LET ME HEAR YOU WHISPER directed by Katelyn Ann Clark, and Tennessee Williams' THE STRANGEST KIND OF ROMANCE directed by JC Gafford. LET ME HEAR YOU WHISPER concerns a cleaning lady working in a mysterious lab where experiments are being conducted on mammals. Drawn to one of the subjects, she is shocked when she learns the gentle creature's fate is in danger. In THE STRANGEST KIND OF ROMANCE the proprietress of a boarding house tells a potential tenant that one of the former tenants left his cat behind. This highly unusual piece is peopled with fascinating, strongly-opinionated characters, and someone falls in love with ... the cat. April 6 — May 5, 2019. Saturdays 2:00 pm. Sundays 7:00 pm. Talkbacks after matinee: April 13 and April 27. General Admission: $20. Seniors/Students with ID: $15. Tickets/Information: www.thegrouprep.com or (818) 763-5990. Upstairs at the Group Rep on the second floor of the Lonny Chapman Theatre, 10900 Burbank Boulevard, North Hollywood 91601. (The Second Floor of the Lonny Chapman Theatre is not handicapped accessible.)

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"All in all, on the sold-out second performance of the run when this critic saw the shows, the One-Act plays, “Let Me Hear You Whisper” and “The Strangest Kind of Romance” succeed because of, not despite, their significance and pro-human messages."

sweet - Radomir Luza - At the Theatre with Radomir - ...read full review


"I need to add the production skills were remarkable, I had to remind myself that these plays, set in different worlds, were taking place essentially in one room, thanks to the brilliance of Kenny Harder (lighting), Doug Haverty (Graphics) and Doug Enalla (Photography/Videography), those details were noticed and were much appreciated."

sweet - Yvonne C. Ronceros - NoHo Arts District - ...read full review


"All in all, on the sold-out second performance of the run when this critic saw the shows, the One-Act plays, “Let Me Hear You Whisper” and “The Strangest Kind of Romance” succeed because of, not despite, their significance and pro-human messages."

sweet - Radomir Luza - At the Theatre with Radomir - ...read full review


"I need to add the production skills were remarkable, I had to remind myself that these plays, set in different worlds, were taking place essentially in one room, thanks to the brilliance of Kenny Harder (lighting), Doug Haverty (Graphics) and Doug Enalla (Photography/Videography), those details were noticed and were much appreciated."

sweet - Yvonne C. Ronceros - NoHo Arts District - ...read full review