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Pizza and Whine
(Dramedy)

“Hollywood FRINGE 2018”

Roger Gonzalez, LocalTheatreNY:

“Pizza and Whine is more than a festival play. It’s actually a family affair. And a beautiful one at that.”

“The play itself has some very nice moments of humor, revelation, and even a few dramatic instances that bring a tear to the eye.”

“The direction was clean, and the sets and technical aspects (considering that it’s a festival show) were quite superior for this production.

“While the story does have a clear fictional element, I have the feeling that their grandmother would approve of such a touching way to honor her life and love of theatre.”

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Suzanna Bowling:

“What impresses the most was how real these performances were. It’s a testament to the connection they have with each other on stage, and I have to assume with each other off stage.”

“The direction was well done.”

“There was something charming and relatable about their Grandmother’s sayings and antidotes. The dialogue flows nicely and there are some lovely moments.”

“Raffaela Capp as Jeniffer is the most defined and was well done. The character Natalie (Natasha) is the most fun.”

“Both male characters are notable. I liked Mr. David’s performance. Mr. Fria was adorable and held his own with Jennifer and winning with Natalie.”

Previews
Friday, June 1, 8pm

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Fri, Jun 01 – Sat, Jun 23
Saturday, June 9, 8pm
Sunday, June 17, 3pm
Wednesday, June 20, 8pm
Saturday, June 23, 8pm

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Running time: 75 minutes.
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Hudson Guild Theatre
6539 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA  90038
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"The play itself has some very nice moments of humor, revelation, and even a few dramatic instances that bring a tear to the eye...What impresses the most was how real these performances were. It’s a testament to the connection they have with each other on stage, and I have to assume with each other off stage."
- LocalTheatreNY, Roger Gonzalez

   
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