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Sight Unseen
(Drama)

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“Excellent direction…brisk pace. Makes for interesting drama…well executed”
Santa Monica Mirror

"Well played. Explosive scenes…with an incredibly surprising twist”
Splash Magazines

“Cleverly uses the theatrical device of flashback. Excellent…celebrated “bad boy” artist…well played”
Westside Today

"Luqmaan-Harris lights up the stage, with a delicate and touching portrayal that serves as reason to see the play."
Stage Raw

"Wasatch Theatrical Ventures has done Margulies proud, and the LA theatre world is the better for it"
Total Theater

"Artistically riveting...deeply moving performances. A compelling evening of theatre-Do try to catch it!"
Tolucan Times

“Anyone who enjoys art… can relate to the theme... The play shows the conflict in society between the starving artist creating work for a higher cause, versus the artist who is driven to make a living”
Examiner

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Previews
Thursday, March 12th at 8pm
Friday, March 13th at 8pm

Runs
Sat, Mar 14 – Sun, Apr 26
Friday and Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 7pm

Show Calendar

No Performances
There are no shows April 3rd, 4th and 5th

BUY TICKETS
$15 Previews
$25 General Admission

Special Events
There will be an opening night party!

Special Show Info
Running time: 120 minutes.
There will be an intermission.

Lounge Theatre 2
6201 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA  90038
Ample Street Parking
Area Map

Special Theatre Info
The theatre has concessions.

Reservations
(323) 960-4412

WTV is proud to present SIGHT UNSEEN!

American artist Jonathan Waxman, as superstar, attends a celebrated opening of his work at a prominent London Gallery. The hazardous and humorous entanglement begins when, upon his arrival in England, he visits his former lover and muse in a village where she now lives with her British husband. After seeing an early painting that hangs in her house, he realizes that he must recapture the inspiration and purity he felt when he first painted her. Plunged into the exorbitant hype of the art world, where a publicist is as necessary as a brush and canvas, Jonathan begins to flail in this toxic triangle as he defends his work, his relationships, and even himself against anti-Semitism and sexism.

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