Sorry About My Friend

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Sat Jun 22, 1:00pm
Sun Jun 23, 2:00pm
Thu Jun 27, 7:00pm
Sat Jun 29, 11:30am

Sorry About My Friend is making its premiere run at HFF. The play follows the journey of college students, Danielle and Katie, through their tumultuous years as roommates in Texas from 2006-2010. This quirky odd couple, with perfectionist Katie and wild child Danielle, learns even fast friendship has its hiccups. A dramedy in eight vignettes, clocking in at an hour, Sorry About My Friend visits the fall and spring semesters of each year at school.

In the era of female empowerment, come celebrate the complicated beauty and power of female friendship. Obsessive Katie plays by the rules while wisecracking Danielle writes her own rulebook. Will the girls' differences build a bond like Thelma and Louise or burn down a city like Joan and Bette? Please join us June 10th- 29th at the Stephanie Feury Studio Theatre – 5636 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA90038 - for a show that will make you thankful you've already graduated.

Written by: Rachel Scott and Xan Herring

Directed by: Kassidy Cook

Performed by: Rachel Scott and Kelsey Griswold

Use discount code #HFF19ASYLUM for $3 off regular priced tickets ($3 off our regular price of $15)

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Reviews

"Although it wasn’t quite what we’re looking for Award-wise, it was an impressive show that addressed the ever-growing college problem of alcohol abuse. The show is co-written by Scott’s real-life college roommate Xan Herring, and based on a true story. This two-hander delivers its point through a series of comedic glimpses into four years of being college roommates, with a very serious ending."

sweet - Bob Leggett - LA Music Critic - ...read full review


"Although it wasn’t quite what we’re looking for Award-wise, it was an impressive show that addressed the ever-growing college problem of alcohol abuse. The show is co-written by Scott’s real-life college roommate Xan Herring, and based on a true story. This two-hander delivers its point through a series of comedic glimpses into four years of being college roommates, with a very serious ending."

sweet - Bob Leggett - LA Music Critic - ...read full review