Hollywood Fringe Festival Features Cornell Alumni Work

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Former TV writer Lawrence Meyers ’88 returns to HFF with “Dark Arts”, a comedy described as “Veep” meets “House of Cards”. “Dark Arts” takes audiences into the crisis PR offices of Klein & St. Jude, when a female CEO seeks help combating a media smear campaign that is destroying her business.  When evidence suggests Deep State machinations behind the crisis, the partners must face off against a trio of deadly enemies.
 
Dates: June 21 at 8:30 PM, June 23 at 10 PM
 
Location: The Ruby Theatre @ The Complex., 6476 Santa Monica Blvd.,West Hollywood
 
Ticketshttp://www.hollywoodfringe.org/projects/4649?tab=tickets
 
Discount Code:  cornell  ($10 tickets)
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Mona Miller has written a new 10-minute play that will be part of a 6-play world premiere, produced by the Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights, called "The [ ] Box" and I'd love for you to come! The whole show lasts one hour.  It is not recommended for young kids.  Please see the information below, for how to buy tickets, when and where the performances are, etc.  

 

You may purchase your tickets on line at http://www.hollywoodfringe.org/projects/4441?tab=tickets

 

Dates: June 22 at 8 pm, June 25 at 4 pm

 

Location: All performances are at The Lounge Theater (Lounge 1), 6201 Santa Monica Boulevard at El Centro (one block east of Vine) in Hollywood.  Allow extra time to find parking and try to carpool, if possible.

 

 Each ticket is $12 (no matter when the performance) plus there is a fee of $1.75 per ticket. 

 

If you buy a Fringe button as you are checking out, you’ll receive a discount of $1 on one ticket (your own).  Fringe buttons cost $5 and get you $1 off each Fringe show purchased through the Fringe and $1 off drinks at select Fringe-sponsored events.  If you plan on sampling several of the hundreds of shows, it’s definitely worth it.