The Adding Machine at UCLA, Nov 4–12, 2011

I’m very happy to announce my second-to-last show at UCLA—not because it’s the second-to-last, but because it’s a fascinating play and should be an interesting production, directed by a member of Anne Bogart’s SITI Company, J. Ed Araiza. We’re doing it with minimal production—just light and sound, really—and it will be very viewpointsy and artsy.

For those of you who don’t care about any of that and are coming just to see me: I don’t show up until the very end. But when I do, watch out. This is my third play at UCLA where I speak the very last line on stage (a tradition I started with my first professional show at Santa Monica Playhouse, Mezzanine). It’s a great scene by Elmer Rice, and I think it’s worth sticking around through intermission for.

The Adding Machine
By Elmer Rice
Directed by J. Ed Araiza

After 25 years on the job, Mr. Zero’s life changes when he is replaced by an adding machine.

Featuring: Anne Butler, Adrienne Hertler, William Hickman, Josephine Keefe, Evan Lipkin, Mary Beth Menna, Adam Mondschein, Jeremiah O’Brian, Marcus Oberheide, Philicia Saunders, Colin Simon, Bryan West, Matthew Wrather, Dash You

Nov 4–5 & 8–12 at 8pm
Nov 5 & 12 at 2pm

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The Freud Playhouse at UCLA

Directions
Park in Structure 3, make your way to the Sculpture Garden, turn around, and the theatre will be in front of you (it’s the big theater next to the Little Theater). Here’s a map:


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