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Phoenix

Pacino

"A THEATRICAL TRIP WORTH TAKING ... SNAPPILY DIRECTED BY JENNIFER DELIA" - HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

“I LOVED HOW THE ART TOLD IT’S OWN STORY AND HOW THE ACTORS NEVER LEFT THE STAGE ... AND WOW, THE CHEMISTRY BETWEEN THOSE TWO...” - DAVID HARBOUR

“THEIR CHARISMA AND CHEMISTRY ARE DYNAMITE, THEIR COMEDIC TIMING IS ON-POINT” - BELLES AND REBELLES

SEE THE SHOW THAT AL PACINO CALLS "BEAUTIFUL, WITH VERY CLEAR DIRECTION" 

 

PHOENIX

Presented by Nicholas Jabbour

Written by Scott Organ
Directed by Jennifer DeLia

Featuring Julia Stiles and James Wirt

When Bruce and Sue meet four weeks after an uncharacteristic one-night-stand, Sue has to say to him: one, I had a great time with you that night and two, let's never see each other again. Thus begins a 4,000 mile journey well beyond the confines of their carefully structured worlds. Bruce is fuelded by an overwhelming but undefined compulsion to join her in Phoenix. Sue is reluctantly charmed by his persistence, but steadfast in her resolve to keep him at bay. Both are forced to consider a whole new world of possibility, though not one free of difficulty and loss. PHOENIX is a one-act dark romantic comedy.

Produced by Poverty Row Entertainment, Rian Patrick Durham, and Rattlestick Playwrights Theater

July 28 - August 23, Extended August 25 - 28

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