DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES (LOUNGE THEATRE): 100% – SWEET

Tara Battani and Nathan Bell in "Days of Wine and Roses" at the Lounge Theatre. Credit: Greg Bell.

SWEET
The cast of five elevate the emotional material with their raw, honest performances. Zoe Rae Calamar is especially devastating as the central couple’s sweet little girl, unable to comprehend the drama swirling
around her.

Pauline Adamek – LA Weekly

SWEET
Director Rebecca Hayes’ bare-bones production is blessed with two shattering lead performances, eliciting raw emotional power from this resonant blend of romantic tragedy and social-issue play.
Les Spindle – Backstage

SWEET
Despite its clunky construction, JP Miller’s Days Of Wine And Rose remains every bit as powerful and impactful as it was back in the black-and-white TV ‘50s. Trust me. It will leave you raw.
Steven Stanley – StageSceneLA

SWEET
This production gives us that love story unvarnished. And it is definitely worth a look.
Samuel Bernstein – EdgeLosAngeles

DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES
The Lounge Theatre
6201 Santa Monica Blvd., Hlywd.
Fri.-Sat., 8 p.m.; Sun., 2:30 p.m.; through Feb. 19, 2012
Tickets: (323) 960-7862

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Colin Mitchell About the Author: COLIN MITCHELL: Actor/Writer/Director/Producer/Father, award-winning playwright and screenwriter, Broadway veteran, Marvel comics scribe, Van Morrison disciple, Zen-Catholic, a proud U.S. Army Brat conceived in Scotland and born in Frankfurt, Germany, currently living in Los Angeles and doing his best to piss off as many people as possible.

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