The Importance of Being Earnest, Full Play, three acts
Enjoy this funny, witty, ironic and sarcastic classic play by Oscar Wilde. Mammoth Lakes Repertory Theater presents The Importance of Being Earnest, directed by Susan Dalian, produced by Shira Dubrovner. February, 2018. We had the pleasure of presenting the witty and clever Oscar Wilde play in Mammoth Lakes, CA. Live Theater, Full Length Play, Live Studio Audience, Laughter, Comedy, Classic. With Marcus Nobreus, Rob Gill, Juliana Olinka Jones, Leslie-Anne Hoxie, Madeline Roy, Stephen Gill, Jeffrey Frome, Karl Henize, Gigi De Jong.
Teaser, Bite Me-the short film
BITE ME is a dark comedy about eleven-year-old Treenie (Maya Johnson) who joins her friends Jasper (Jasper Page) and Madeline (Jenna Lynch) and their dad Dan (Tom Painter) on a weekend ski trip. Trouble arises when Dan learns that Treenie doesn't eat meat. After a full-blown melt down at the dinner table, Dan embarrasses his kids and leaves Treenie feeling vulnerable and determined to get even. That night Dan has disturbing nightmares that involve savage kids, weapons and fire. Or is it really a dream?