The Snake Can

CRITIC'S CHOICE!!! “Pertinence, humor and heart… edgy hilarity…” – LOS ANGELES TIMES

PICK OF THE WEEK! "Insightful play with its refreshing unpredictability." - LA WEEKLY

"The surprise popping out of this production, like the snake out of the can, is its submerged depth." - ARTS IN LA (Dany Margolies)

“Engrossing from start to finish… the cast is sensational… a satisfying evening of intelligent theater.” – BroadwayWorld

“Well-drawn characters, insight, and standout performances” – BlogCritics.com

“A stellar cast… Go see this play about people you could actually care about.” – CultureSpotLA

“Pert, irreverent, sympathetic… [a] smart comedy” – The Hollywood Reporter

“Real and honest… If a good play engenders a good discussion, "Snake Can" more than passes the test.” – LA Observed

Thursday, Jan 17, 8 pm
Friday, Jan , 8 pm
Preview Tickets: $15.00

Sat, Jan 19 – Sun, Feb 24
Thurs, Fri, Sat 8 pm
Sunday, 2 pm

Show Calendar

$25 Thurs, Fri
$30 Sat, Sun
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$20 Students with ID and Seniors:
Thurs & Fri - Use Promo Code: 007
Sat. & Sun - Use Promo Code: 005

Special Events
There will be an opening night party on Saturday January 19th!

Special Show Info
Running time: 90 minutes.
Students and Seniors: Use promo code 007 for discount Thursdays and Fridays Use promo code 005 for discount Saturdays and Sundays

Odyssey Theatre
2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd
Los Angeles, CA  90025
Ample Street Parking
Area Map

Special Theatre Info
The theatre has concessions.

Welcome to middle age… proceed with caution! Diane Cary, Jane Kaczmarek and Sharon Sharth star as three successful women who challenge themselves to find love and personal fulfillment in the middle years of life. Steven Robman directs the ensemble cast, which also includes Gregory Harrison, James Lancaster and Joel Polis, in the world premiere of The Snake Can by Kathryn Graf (Hermetically Sealed). Performances run January 19 through February 24, presented by Indie Chi Productions at the Odyssey Theatre in West Los Angeles

Growing older doesn’t always mean growing wiser. Harriet (Kaczmarek) is a widow and single mother; Nina (Cary) has left her actor husband to escape the shadow of his celebrity; and twice-divorced Meg (Sharth) has been navigating the single world for ten years. These women, and the men in their lives, take a journey of self-discovery, stopping along the way to examine the gray areas of marriage and divorce, want and need, sexual ambiguity and dating in the age of online matchmaking

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