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Storefront Church
(Drama)

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Storefront Church is the final installment of the trilogy called Church and State, which began with the critically acclaimed, Doubt.

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Directed with riveting realism by Ronnie Marmo (assisted by Heidi Rhodes) the ensemble effort is brilliant and the individual performances are flawless!"- TOLUCAN TIMES

"The play is brought to life by the excellent, entertaining, but also painstakingly realistic theatrics of the selected cast of The 68 Cent Crew Theatre Company."
- LIFE IN LA PUBLISHING

"There’s no mistaking Shanley’s unique ability to illuminate complexities underlying topical issues. Marmo’s smoothly paced staging evokes sympathetic, clearly defined portraits from his 68 Cent Crew ensemble."
- LOS ANGELES TIMES

"One of the interesting dynamics is with the interreligious couple Jessie, a devout Christian, and the Jewish Ethan. Danny Cistone's set offers clever touches to the production." - JONAS SCHWARTZ

"There is not one false moment here. The actors are natural, genuine and committed to the message of the playwright. The language flows like a crimson waterfall and moves like a two hour conversation with your older brother...UNFORGETTABLE!" - NORTH HOLLYWOOD

NEW YORK TIMES says, “An Affecting New Play”

“TERRIFIC…thoroughly engaging…”
– THEATERMANIA

“Funny and poignant new play”
- HUFFINGTON POST

Runs
Fri, Nov 22 – Sat, Jan 11
1 Preview performance Friday Nov 22, 8pm
Friday and Saturday 8PM
Sunday 7PM

Show Calendar

BUY TICKETS
$10 Preview, Nov 22
$20.00 Advance purchase
$25.00 At the door

Special Show Info
Running time: 100 minutes.
There will be an intermission.

NoHo Arts Center
11136 Magnolia Blvd.
N. Hollywood, CA  91601
Street Parking
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Special Theatre Info
wheelchair access

Reservations
(323) 960-5068

The story concerns a Bronx Borough President who is forced, by the mortgage crisis, into a confrontation with a local minister. The question they confront is one that faces us all. What is the relationship between spiritual experience and social action?

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