Two Noble Kinsmen

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The Porters of Hellsgate Theatre Company presents William Shakespeares The Two Noble Kinsmen, directed by Will Block. Kinsmen offers a simple, poignant message in the most gloriously messy wrapper: be good to each other says Block. Shakespeare and Fletcher channel Chaucers original work to tremendous effect, declaring Stop. Look around. Reach out.

Jono Eiland and Tim Oakes will play the roles of the titular kinsmen; filling out the ensemble are Tina Van Berckelaer, Michael Bigley, Sean Faye, Katie Hotchkiss, Cameron Kauffman, Gus Krieger, Nicole Ledoux, Marie Osterman, Ian Runge, Rachel Seiferth, and Jesse James Thomas.

Porters Production Manager Will Block assumes the directors chair.

The Two Noble Kinsmen will be the Porters twenty-ninth production along the road to completing Shakespeares canon.

Opening Saturday, July 13th, running every weekend through August 11th.
July 13th, 19th, 20th, 26th, 27th, August 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th at 8pm. July 21st, 28th, August 4th, 11th at 2pm.

Performed in repertory with 2019 Hollywood Fringe smash Double Falsehood! July 7th, 14th at 2pm - July 21st, 28th, August 4th, 11th at 5pm.

Presented at The Whitmore-Lindley Theatre Center
11006 W. Magnolia Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91601

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I adore The Porters of Hellsgate and not just for the sheer nerve of this monumental undertaking but for how deeply committed they are to each and every second of each and every play they produce.  This could have been a throwaway.  They could have had some fun and ticked it off their list and moved quickly on to the “big” plays. But they absolutely did not.  They instead give this smaller and far less well known of the Bard's plays their undeniable and indisputable best.

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


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I adore The Porters of Hellsgate and not just for the sheer nerve of this monumental undertaking but for how deeply committed they are to each and every second of each and every play they produce.  This could have been a throwaway.  They could have had some fun and ticked it off their list and moved quickly on to the “big” plays. But they absolutely did not.  They instead give this smaller and far less well known of the Bard's plays their undeniable and indisputable best.

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