Two Naked Angels

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Two Naked Angels - A Pair of Thought Provoking One-Act Plays

LOST VOICES – Three Women live ordinary lives. Behind their eyes lurks a secret each has kept buried in the deepest part of their souls until today. Today they can no longer hide their voices. Today, 7.6 Billion peoples lives hang in the balance and these three women don’t even know it.
Written by Rodney Nugent

Director: Frieda de Lackner

Cast: Mona Lee Wylde (ATEL); Chhaya Nene (AARTHI); Jen McAllister (HELENA); Courtney Comer (SIMONE)

Scenes from LOST VOICES:

 

DEATH UNIT – East Texas Prison. Basement. Mr. Shoehorn has long worked transporting bodies to the Coroners Car. Assisting him is Mr. Redstone, this is his first day, unnerved at being with a dead body, elevator not working, and frazzled as lights flicker. Is this a job for Mr. Redstone? Mr.Shoehorn wants to know.
Written by Robert Gardner

Director: Christian Martin

Cast: Robert DiTillio (MR. REDSTONE); G. Smokey Campbell (MR. SHOEHORN); Shakira Reedus (ELSA)

Scenes from DEATH UNIT:

   

Reviews

Patrick Chavis

Both shorts (Death Unit and Lost Voices) have strong acting but the shows don't really compliment each other.

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Very captivating show. Thought provoking, intense, powerful and poignant.
In DEATH UNIT, G. Smokey Campbell’s never-give-up intensity keeps Robert DiTillio on edge from the first moment all the way past the last. These two have very good chemistry and an ease with each other while working with very serious issues. They even manage to find some humor within a subject that is far from funny. The second piece, LOST VOICES, was beautifully and poignantly played by three strong actresses. Moving and riveting. The “interrogator” was also very impressive with her razor sharp focus on her non-prisoners. Writing, acting and directing in both pieces intersected to make this a very solid theater experience.

sweet - Christine DiTillio


Patrick Chavis

Both shorts (Death Unit and Lost Voices) have strong acting but the shows don't really compliment each other.

sweet-sour - Patrick Chavis - LA Theatre Bites - ...read full review


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Very captivating show. Thought provoking, intense, powerful and poignant.
In DEATH UNIT, G. Smokey Campbell’s never-give-up intensity keeps Robert DiTillio on edge from the first moment all the way past the last. These two have very good chemistry and an ease with each other while working with very serious issues. They even manage to find some humor within a subject that is far from funny. The second piece, LOST VOICES, was beautifully and poignantly played by three strong actresses. Moving and riveting. The “interrogator” was also very impressive with her razor sharp focus on her non-prisoners. Writing, acting and directing in both pieces intersected to make this a very solid theater experience.

sweet - Christine DiTillio