April 26-June 30
When a famous writer dies under mysterious circumstances, family and friends gather in his cabin on a remote island in Puget Sound to box up his belongings. In the process, they come to realize just how much they love, despise and need one another.
World premiere dark comedy by
award-winning playwright John Bunzel. Directed by Jack Stehlin
"Boxing Lessons' delivers mayhem and plot twists
in a one-two punch!"
F. Kathleen Foley, Los Angeles Times
A SUREFIRE, DON’T-MISS-IT SHOW!
"… a wickedly funny black comedy peopled by the quirkiest of characters and performed by a sensational cast.”
— Paul Myrvold, Theatre Notes
FUNNY AND ENTERTAINING!
"…. a carousel of zany plot twists and revelations”
— Lovell Estell III, Stage Raw
"… stimulating and original… razor sharp wit… sparkling dialogue,,, fascinating characters… if we were still using the star rating, I’d hand them the Milky Way.” — Ingrid Wilmot, Will Call for Theater
"WOW!… DARKLY COMEDIC"
"… Family dysfunction at its weirdest and wildest, directed by Jack Stehlin with razor-sharp precision and performed by six of the best (and best-cast) actors in town.”
— Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA
"PERSONAL REVELATIONS AND SNIPING REMINISCENT
OF ALBEE'S VIRGINIA WOOLF!"
— OnStage Los Angeles
"A ROLLER COASTER RIDE! "
… pokes fun at life, death, and everything in between… [a] talented ensemble cast who know just how to shock the audience in their understated way”
— Elaine Mura, LA Splash