Wasatch Theatrical Ventures has announced the West Coast premiere of Theresa Rebeck
's Our House, helmed by award-winning director Kiff Scholl, for a limited engagement at the Lounge Theatre in Hollywood. Opening night was Saturday, June 30, and BroadwayWorld has a first look at the production photos below. Our House will play through August 5.
Are news and entertainment interchangeable? In Our House, a cocksure TV big shot faced with dwindling ratings installs America's favorite news anchor as host of a popular reality show. Meanwhile, in Middle America, a houseful of roommates bickers over high-stakes real-world conflicts: Merv doesn't clean the bathroom. Someone ate Alice's yogurt. And the rent is long past due. When reality collides with reality TV, we find ourselves front and center in a drama that holds the nation riveted. Our House is a deliciously scathing new comedy that takes on a media-obsessed culture intent on turning even the most sobering crisis into sexy entertainment.
The cast of Our House will feature (in alphabetical order) Mark Belnick, Ajarae Coleman, Patrick Hancock, Rachel Germaine, Kyle Ingleman, Jennifer Kenyon, and JB Waterman. The set design is by Dan Mailley, lighting design is by Matt Richter, costume design is by Sharell Martin, and sound and video design is by Corwin Evans. The stage manager is Stephaine Boltjes, and Our House is produced for Wasatch Theatrical Ventures by Racquel Lehrman and Theatre Planners.
General seating admission is $12.50 for the preview, and $25 for regular performances. The running schedule is Friday and Saturday at 8pm, and Sunday at 7pm, through August 5 only. Tickets are on sale now, and may be purchased online at www.plays411.com/ourhouse or by calling (323) 960-7773.
The Lounge Theatre is located at 6201 Santa Monica Boulevard (just east of Vine, at El Centro), in Hollywood. Street parking is available.
Photo Credit: Ed Krieger
Mark Belnick and Patrick Hancock
Kyle Ingleman and Jennifer Kenyon
Rachel Germaine, JB Waterman, and Kyle Ingleman
Ajarae Coleman and Mark Belnick
Kyle Ingleman and Ajarae Coleman
Jennifer Kenyon, Rachel Germaine, and JB Waterman