1816-1/2 N. Vermont Ave.
Los Angeles, California 90027

Oct. 2nd – Nov. 7th, 2010
Fri, Sat 8PM & Sunday 2PM & 7PM

A wrenching family drama with hints of Odets and Miller - Funny and heartwarming, but also heartbreaking, raw and provocative. A family drama that should be seen by every member of every family that’s willing to see themselves.

"I don't know why, it should be so hard, giving up this circle dance..." 
(c)Bonnie Raitt (with permission) 

"Kirkland -- who drew the play's title from a Bonnie Raitt song about heartbreak -- aims, classically, at a portrait of a disintegrating family and a flawed individual who learns his lessons too late." -- LA WEEKLY

"Whether or not this dance is similar to one in your own family, some aspect of it will resonate with you, as every family has some steps it unconsciously repeats, every family steps on each other’s toes, and every family has a time when the members must hold hands and sway to each other’s rhythm." -- SoCAL

"This cast is solid... each deliver truthful, layered performances throughout... Well done. Kudos to Director Rick Andosca." – LA SPLASH

1816-1/2 N. Vermont Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90027

$24.00 General Admission For Reservations call (323) 960-7776
Reserve ONLINE at: www.plays411.com/circledance

Added by sjkuker on October 20, 2010

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