Please Don't Ask About Becket

FUNNY… POIGNANT… unveil[s] a truth that every audience member may ponder on the way home.” — Terry Morgan, Stage Raw

EXQUISITE… has us truly spellbound… . Kiff Scholl’s insightful direction does justice to Graf’s enthralling writing, her sympathetic yet complex characters and unforced, smart dialogue.” — Ingrid Wilmot, Will Call for Theater’

SENSITIVE AND PERCEPTIVE… don’t miss this beautiful play” –—Morna Martell, Theatre Spoken Here

INSPIRED… a playwright whose powers of wordsmithery are just about perfect…. gifted actors led by the vision of a truly innovative director.” — Travis Holder, Arts In LA

MARVELOUS… wonderfully fresh… a meaningful piece, well-executed, and worthy of our attention” —Dale Reynolds, EDGE

POIGNANTRAVAGING… Graf’s emotionally astute drama peels away layers of pathology with surgical skill… the performers are gripping.” — F. Kathleen Foley, Los Angeles Times

GRIPPING… a well-spun, rich and powerful story… masterfully crafted… exquisitely presented” — Ron Irwin, Post-Examiner

DEFTLY DIRECTED… the audience is absorbed in pin-drop, rapt attention. A fine cast, a compelling story and an intimate setting make for a satisfying evening of drama.” — Paul Myrvold, Theatre Notes

FOUR STARS… deliver[s[ the goods.” — Rob Stevens, Haines His Way

BRILLIANTLY ACTED… will resonate with many” — Serita Stevens, LA Splash

COMPELLING… effective family drama. Everything about it felt very real.” — Erin Conley, On Stage and Screen

Thursday August 18th
Friday August 19th

Sat, Aug 20 – Sat, Sep 24
Fridays, Saturdays 8pm
Sundays 3pm

Show Calendar

No Performances
Friday August 26th
Sunday September 18th

$25 General Admission
$15 Preview

Special Events
Make-up shows on Monday August 29th at 8pm and Thursday Sept 15th at 8pm

Special Show Info
Running time: 90 minutes.

Sacred Fools Theater
1076 Lillian Way
Los Angeles, CA  90038
Ample Street Parking
Area Map

Special Theatre Info
Wheelchair Access

The theatre has concessions.

(323) 960-7745

It’s been years since he disappeared, but Emily Diamond is still haunted by dreams of her twin brother, Becket. The issue of nature versus nurture is at the heart of an enthralling new family drama by Wendy Graf (All American Girl, No Word In Guyanese for Me), an evocative memory play sure to resonate with anyone who has a family.

Electric Footlights is honored to be presenting this World Premiere production directed by the award-winning Kiff Scholl

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