Bail Me Out
Hugh Hefner tweets, "A special night going to see BAIL ME OUT...I Loved it!" (see photo under Press)
LA TIMES says, "director Joshua Fardon’s dynamically paced overlapping scenes and compelling performances by Hislop and Jones..."
"Biribin offers much food for thought... and a talented ensemble help to ensure a rewarding ride." - BACKSTAGE
"The story blends, the story flows. But what gives it resonance is the character of Joe, magnificently portrayed by Biribin." - HUFFINGTON POST
"Flawless...very witty and sharp!"
- ACCESSIBLY LIVE
SOCAL says, "Biribin has grace and honesty!"
Thursday, September 2nd, 2010
Fri, Sep 03 – Sun, Nov 07
Thurs, Fri, Sat 8pm
Special note: Closing Sunday performance @ 8PM
Special Show Info
Running time: 110 minutes.
There will be an intermission.
No Late Seating!
Hudson Guild Theatre
6539 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90038
Special Theatre Info
Joe, a blue collar tire mechanic, born and bred in New Jersey lives by the motto "It ain't my business". But when his best friend Ray is busted for 'exchanging' in a seedy part of town, Ray finally comes out to Joe, which sets off a chain of events that affect an entire circle of friends, and forces Joe to weigh the pragmatism of his relationships with his beloved friends and family. Ray's lover, Shawn, is a married, black preacher living on the 'down-low'. Ray is convinced Joe is the only man who can convince Shawn to leave his wife and live true to himself.
From Joe's wife, the unloved Sherry, to Melissa, Joe's ex-fiancee who still has Joe's heart and his friends in between, Troy, a bigoted ex-con and Jimmy, a foot-fearing dolt Joe is never far away from people that either "get him off or piss him off".