Announcing The Noir Series, a Play (live and online)

the noir series

If you’re into live theater and don’t live in NYC, here is an opportunity to experience a new production….from your living room!

Heretick Theater Lab’s live production of “The Noir Series”, a series of four thematically linked, interactive plays written by Stephen McFeely, Ed Brubaker, Nancy Keystone, John Hindman, and The Burglars of Hamm, will see four performances in Los Angeles which will be live streamed to the world via the internet. Studio audience tickets can be purchased for $20 at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/.  Online purchases and viewing can be accessed for $7.99 through http://www.dacast.com/. For a full schedule of performance dates and times please visit: http://www.hereticklab.com/

 It’s taking place on November 7 & 8 at 4pm and 8pm. There will be a Q.&A. with the cast and creators of the Noir Series immediately following the performance in the theatre lobby on the 7th. It will take place at Schkapf at 6567 Santa Monica Boulevard in Los Angeles…and online!

The cast includes Stephen McFeely – writer, Malfeasance, Ed Brubaker – writer, Air Conditioned Rooms, Nancy Keystone –writer and director, A Door to the Dark, Hugo Armstrong– actor, Malfeasance, Tessa Ferrer – actor, Air Conditioned Rooms, Jennifer Cotteleer – creator, The Noir Series, Burglars of Hamm- Jon Beauregard, Carolyn Almos, Albert Dayan, Sofiya Alexandra – Emcee, Rob Buscemi- Emcee.

Studio audience tickets can be purchased for $20 at http://noirseries.brownpapertickets.com/. Online tickets and viewing can be accessed for $7.99 for a single viewing, and $20 for a weekend viewing package through http://static.viewer.dacast.com/b/43652/p/48152.

Viewing and tickets are also accessible through the Heretick Theatre Lab homepage www.hereticklab.com.

Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post nor a review! I have not seen the production.


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