Sara Garcia is honored to be working with this amazing cast and crew for her first Lonesome No More production. A recent graduate of UCSD’s MFA acting program; she has been seen in shows such as Hedda Gabler, House of Bernarda Alba, and the La Jolla Playhouse’s Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Sara can be seen onstage as Inez in Lonesome No More! Theatre's production of NO EXIT.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
This production marks Jill Evyn's second ride 'round the Lonesome No More! merry-go-round, & she is excited & grateful to be back.These escapades into theatrical wonderland began years ago, when Jill attended the University of Santa Cruz, California, with one of LNM's founding members. While at UCSC, Jill studied a variety of topics, including theatre, film, psychology, sociology & dance to name a few. She acted in many a role, directed a few plays, & put together performance art/dance pieces. She took 6 months to study Commedia Dell'arte & other forms of physical comedy abroad in Italy with the Accademia Dell'arte. Upon her graduation she moved to Los Angeles, Echo Park to be specific, where she began to put her energy into modeling, film acting, & most recently fire dancing. Jill is now a teacher & performer with Fire Groove (www.firegroove.com), & an agency represented model & actor. Jill can be seen in a number of feature films including Edward J Anderson's chilling "The Talent," Everett Lewis' 60's rock n roll flick "The Pretty Boys," & the soon to be released indie comedy "Park City" alongside Mary Birdsong & Cynthia Watros. She currently studies at the Ivanna Chubback acting studio. More information, photos, & videos can be gleaned from her website- www.jillevyn.com. Love & light.
Jill can be seen onstage as Estelle in Lonesome No More! Theatre's production of NO EXIT.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Known as "Sully", Stephen L Sullivan, is thrilled and grateful to be joining the Lonesome No More! family for their production of "No Exit"! After his first right of passage into this world along the eastern seaboard, his family set up camp on the outskirts of the sprawling metropolis of Los Angeles. His calling to thespianic endeavor began in his earliest years and he began training at the Pasadena Playhouse School for Young Actors. After graduating from UCLA's School of Theater, Film, and Television, he thrust his career into the wonderful world of Hollywood. This is where he continues to wander the backroads, avoiding traffic, in order to maintain his perfect on time record for auditions, rehearsals and call times. Thank you to all of my family and friends for your never ending support and encouragement! For complete contact information, resume, photos and film/tv reel, please visit: stephenlsullivan.com
Stephen is appearing onstage as Garcin in Lonesome No More! Theatre's production of NO EXIT.
Monday, March 26, 2012
LORI PETERMANN is an acclaimed theater director, designer and teacher here and abroad. She received her BA in Theater at UCLA; after five years of working as a theater artist in NYC, she returned to CA to get her MFA in Directing at UCSD. CA credits include: 99 Ways to Fuck a Swan, Stefanie Hero, The Masks, Picked, The Physicists, The Further Adventures of Suzanne and Monica, Wildflower, The Love of the Nightingale (Patte Award for Outstanding Direction), Water Street, Mud, Ladies and Rain, SEARCHING, The Architect and the Emperor of Assyria, Circus People and The Balcony. NYC credits include: Sleepless Somniloquy, The Intoxicating Accelerating Death Machine, Inhale/Exile, Righteous Acts Like Filthy Rags, Green Eyes Dreaming, The Tram, 1968, Dreamscape Machinal, and Bed Manners. Lori a member of Theater Mitu, The Lincoln Center Directors’ Lab and is also, an Artist in Residence for La Jolla Playhouse. She has studied theater in Germany, Austria, Romania, Italy, Indonesia, China, Thailand, Japan and the United Arab Emirates. Lori just completed The Ramayana with Theater Mitu in Abu Dhabi and is currently directing The Physicists with the Hungarian Theater of Cluj in Romania.
Lori directed, adapted, and designed Lonesome No More! Theatre's production of NO EXIT.
Saturday, March 24, 2012
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Last month we tried something new at Lonesome No More! Theatre: The "Arty Party".
An informal night with an informal theme. Stories, songs, spoken word, dance, trivia, performance art - in short, anything that anyone wanted to do could be done. February's theme was love and the evening was a blast, so we're making it a monthly event.
March's theme is luck & fate.
Sunday, March 11, 2012
Lonesome No More! Theatre and Combined Artform Present NO EXIT by Jean-Paul Sartre in Hollywood March 30 – April 28, 2012.
Young Company Presents Existential Classic Through a Modern Lense as Artists In Residence at Theatre Asylum
March 1, 2012.
Los Angeles, CA – Lonesome No More! Theatre presents Jean-Paul Sartre’s NO EXIT as their first work as Artists in Residence at Theatre Asylum Lab in Hollywood. NO EXIT has ten performances March 20 – April 28, with a weekend of previews March 23 – 25.
Moments after their respective deaths, three strangers find themselves locked up in a single room in Sartre’s NO EXIT, faced with a maddening new world in which they can cover their eyes but never sleep. They can go to the door, but they cannot open it. There are no torture instruments, but they torment one another and a lifetime of memories haunts them all. Director Lori Petermann presents Sartre’s truly dark and surprisingly funny play through a contemporary lens that projects three characters we recognize from our own present day: a cocky businessman, a self-made socialite, and a minimum wage member of the service industry. As the action examines the choices made by each that led them to NO EXIT, the true existential conundrum arises: how does an individual make the correct choices that leads them to a fulfilling life – and at what cost?
Lonesome No More! Theatre is a Los Angeles-based company of creative producers and performers known for highly energetic productions boldly staged to utilize the entire theatrical space. Founded in January 2011, the company began with an award-winning, sold-out production of Frank Wedekind’s Spring Awakening for the Hollywood Fringe Festival (June 2011), followed by Making Love Over There at Theatre Asylum (September 2011), and Woyzeck by Georg Büchner with Yeaheavy Projects in East Hollywood (November 2011).
NO EXIT by Jean-Paul Sartre, translated by Paul Bowles.
Presented by Lonesome No More! Theatre and Combined Artform.
Performances at Theatre Asylum Lab, entrance on Lillian Way
Previews March 23, 24, 25 at 8pm // $15
Full run March 30 – April 28, Friday and Saturday evenings at 8pm // $20
We will provide complimentary reservations for industry and members of the press.