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March by Sharyn Rothstein

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 535 Alma St Palo Alto CA 94301  See map

Unbeknownst to their parents, two lonely teenagers meet online nightly as avatars to battle monsters. Meanwhile, their respective families living at opposite ends of the same state, struggle with monsters of a different sort. A real-life crisis threatens to defeat even the most skilled players, real and imagined.


 


Directed by: Lennon Smith


 


Featuring:


Sam Bertken as Michael Meltzer


George Mauro as Neil Meltzer


Janine Evans as Lilian Meltzer


David Madwin as Benjamin Meltzer


Katie Zeisl as Jenny Tepperman


Rasika Raghavan as Eva Lucia Perez


Leticia Duarte as Eva Perez


Glenn Havlan as Manny Perez


 


Production Credits:


Executive Producer: Meredith Hagedorn


Company Manager: Jason Arias


Stage Manager: Solia Martinez-Jacobs


Set Designer: Ron Gasparinetti


Master Carpenter: Bob Crabb


Light Designer: Selina Young


Sound Designer: George Mauro


Costumer Designer: Erin Haney


Properties Master: Bob Crabb


Eden Designer: Matt Danzig


Press: Kimberly Wadycki


 


November 9 – December 2, 2012


Thursdays – Saturdays @ 8pm, Sundays @ 2pm


Pay-What-You-Can Preview Thursday, November 8th @ 8pm


Opening night gala November 9th after the show


SPECIAL POST-SHOW RECEPTION with playwright Sharyn Rothstein Saturday, November 24th


Talkback with the director and cast after the show on Sunday, November 25th


 


Please note: There is NO SHOW on Thursday, November 22nd so we can all spend Thanksgiving with our families and friends.


 


Buy your tickets today online or by calling 1-800-838-3006!



Free street parking after 3pm, free parking garage on the corner of Alma & University, or $4 to park across the street in the Caltrain parking lot (pay station on train platform).

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