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In Search of Intimacy - Make Love, Not Walls

In Search of Intimacy - Make Love, Not WallsIN SEARCH OF INTIMACY is a provocative theatre event that fuses poetry, prose, movement and video imagery taking us on a sometimes tantalizing, sometimes titillating, often terrifying look at our search for fulfillment and the desperate desire for completion that hovers always at the edge of our awareness.

A smart bomb destroys a village. A middle name sends up a red flag at the airport. A teacher goes postal. A husband and wife come clean. Dancing the eternal dance of lies and truths, hiding behind walls of our own making, battling the ever-present prejudice that threatens to drown our sensuality, our search for intimacy and our very souls -  how do we find our place, our position, our passion, in a maze as vast as Los Angeles, or as intricate as the highways and byways of our own inner being. Helmed by Playhouse co-artistic director Chris DeCarlo, written by Playhouse Playwright-in-Residence Evelyn Rudie, crafted and performed by Smita Bagla, Martin Cohen, Suzanne Gangursky, Bob Hucul, Linda Kohn, and Berkeley Sanjay, who does double duty as assistant director. After a sold out world premiere in April, IN SEARCH OF INTIMACY returns for two performances only.

Presenter / Producer: Santa Monica Playhouse

Listed Categories
Theater > Drama


Event Phone: 310-394-9779 x1

Venue
Santa Monica Playhouse
1211 4th Street
Santa Monica CA 90401

Regions:
LA - Hollywood / Westside


Performance Dates: 6/11/2017 - 7/16/2017
Sunday, 06/11/2017
Sunday, 07/16/2017

Performance Times
7pm

Ticket Information:
All seats are $20 and include a post-show reception with the cast and creative team.

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