LITTLE CANDLE PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS WORLD PREMIERE PLAY
INSPIRED BY THE TALES OF KING ARTHUR
LITTLE CANDLE PRODUCTIONS
℅ Fulcrum Arts, 495 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91101
Press and media contact: Betsy Roth
Atwater Village / Los Angeles, CA
Camelot has fallen.
The heroes of the Round Table are dead and gone. The divided kingdoms turn to a reclusive princess in the barren islands of northern Scotland, the last survivor of the royal line, to take power and to lead Britain out of darkness. Her name is Clarissant. Her mother, Morgause, was King Arthur’s sister and a wicked sorceress whose power continues to choke Camelot from beyond the grave. Rather than wear the crown offered to her, Clarissant uses the magic of her ancestors to try desperately to bring back the golden days when her brothers lived to serve the great King Arthur. Is it truly her destiny to rule Britain? Or the final step in her mother’s curse?
In this innovative new play by Shakespeare and Medieval scholar Hailey Bachrach, a dynamite ensemble of 8 women take on the chivalry and epic quests of King Arthur’s Camelot. Magic, sword fighting, true love, and imagination abound in Little Candle Productions’ world premiere at the Atwater Village Theatre, opening November 30.
The cast features Dawn Alden, Kym Allen, Olivia Choate, Paula Deming, Linzi Graham, Whitton Frank, Renee Torchio MacDonald, and Karissa McKinney.
The play is directed by Allison Darby Gorjian with set design by Kate Woodruff, lighting design by Rob Van Guelpen, and costumes by Betsy Roth.
Dates and Times:
November 30 – December 23
8 pm Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays
2 pm on Sundays
3269 Casitas Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90039
All performances will be Pay What You Can
More about the playwright, Hailey Bachrach:
Hailey Bachrach writes for and about the theater. Her critical writing has appeared in Oregon ArtsWatch, American Theatre, Globe Magazine, HowlRound, and others, while her plays have been workshopped at Endstation Theatre Company, Columbia University, and Sarah Lawrence College. She is currently based in London.
More about the director, Allison Darby Gorjian:
Allison Darby Gorjian hails from the lone star state where she earned her BFA in theater from Southern Methodist University. She has worked in New York, Dallas, and Los Angeles with the Undermain Theater, Theater Fusion, Dallas Theater Center, Lark Play Development Center, New Georges, The Classical Acting Company, Echo Theater, TECO Theater, and Seasoned Theatre Company and is a founding member of Little Candle Productions. Favorite projects include A Winter’s Tale, Twelfth Night, As You Like It, An Evening of Robert Frost, Man’s Best Friend by Jeffrey M. Jones, the all city 1st Prize-winning play School Day Slam with the fantastic young performers at Martin Luther King, Jr. Rec. Center, and the world premiere productions of The Innocence of Father Brown and The Elliots with Little Candle Productions.
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