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Rich with mystery and metaphor The Devil’s Wife is a harrowing comedy that goes to hell. A handsome and wealthy landowner who woos three sisters isn’t what he seems. But neither are they. After July 29th The Devil’s Wife will run in rep with The Lost Child, an emotional thriller that follows an estranged couple as they return to their deserted cabin in the woods to pack it all up.
The Devil's Wife and The Lost Child both dissect marriage and family with dark hilarity. Perhaps a bit creepy, but it is a sexy-creepy, like when you--well--you know--never mind. Both are uplifting in inappropriate ways that make you feel good but later you feel bad about feeling good, maybe.” - Tom Jacobson, Playwright
Tom Jacobson has had more than 80 productions of his plays, including Sperm at Circle X Theatre Company, The Orange Grove at Playwrights Arena, and the award-winning Bunbury, Tainted Blood, Ouroboros and The Friendly Hour at The Road Theatre Company. The Twentieth-Century Way premiered at The Theatre @ Boston Court and the New York International Fringe Festival (five Ovation Award nominations, four Los Angeles Drama Critics' Circle nominations, one GLAAD Award nomination, Fringe Festival Award for Outstanding Production of a Play, PEN Center Award for Drama) and moved Off Broadway to Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre. Making Paradise: The West Hollywood Musical was produced by Cornerstone Theater Company (Critic's Pick in Back Stage West). He has been a co-literary manager of The Theatre @ Boston Court, a founding member of Playwrights Ink, and a board member of Cornerstone Theater Company and The Theatre @ Boston Court. Most recent productions include the world premieres of The Chinese Massacre (Annotated) at Circle X and House of the Rising Son at Ensemble Studio Theatre-LA (Critic's Pick in Back Stage West and Los Angeles Times, nominated for a GLAAD Award and winner of two Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards). Most recently Rogue Machine Theatre Company produced Captain of the Bible Quiz Team (Top Ten Stage Raw, Drama Critic’s Circle Award-Best Solo Performance). Film: ”Prairie Sonata” (based on The Friendly Hour). Opera: Hopscotch, commissioned by The Industry.
Director Eric Hoff has numerous directing credits. In Los Angeles: Amos (Bootleg Theater), Monsters We Imagined (UCLA). In New York, he directed Hit the Wall (Barrow Street Theatre), When We Met (CAP21) and About a Woman Named Sarah, by Lucas Hnath (59E59). Directing credits in Chicago include the original production of Hit the Wall (Inconvenience at Steppenwolf Garage), The Life and Death of Madam Barker, The Skriker (Red Tape Theatre), The Walk Across America for Mother Earth (Red Tape Theatre at Steppenwolf Garage), Shelley Duvall's Women Under The Influence Theatre (Steppenwolf 1700), and Pony, WHAT'S THE T?, and The Woyzeck Project (About Face Theatre, where Hoff is an Artistic Associate). Hoff is the creator and producer of REVIVAL at Chicago’s Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park. Regionally: The Many Deaths of Nathan Stubblefield, Melto Man and Lady Mantis, Home Invasion, and I Promised Myself to Live Faster (Humana Festival at Actors Theatre of Louisville).
Ensemble cast includes Alana Dietze, Mariel Neto, Carolyn Zeller, and Everette Wallin
The Devil’s Wife by Tom Jacobson opens at 8:30pm Saturday, July 15th and runs Saturdays at 8:30pm, Sundays 3pm (except July 29th) through August 20, 2017. After July 29th, it runs in rep with The Lost Child by Jennifer W. Rowland which opens at 8:30pm Saturday, July 29th and runs Fridays at 8:30pm and Sundays at 7:00pm through September 3, 2017. Skylight Theatre is located at 1816 1/2 N. Vermont Ave, LA, 90027. Tickets are $15 - $39, with two play package discounts available. Reservations: 213-761-7061 or online at http://SkylightTix.com
Presenter / Producer: Skylight Theatre Company
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Event Phone: 213-761-7061
Skylight Theatre Company
1816 1/2 N. Vermont Ave
Los Angeles CA 90027
LA - Hollywood / Westside
Performance Dates: 7/15/2017 - 9/3/2017
8:30pm Saturday, July 29th and runs Fridays at 8:30pm and Sundays at 7:00pm through September 3, 2017
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