Monday, August 4, 2014

ANGEL'S ALLEY, Brelby Theatre Company, March 12 - 15, 2015

Set in 1942, this script –a loving pastiche of the B genre plays and films of the 1930s and 40s–follows Nick Callahan, his best friend, Johnny Moreno, and the events that first challenge and then strengthen their friendship.

Angel’s Alley marks the directing debut of company member Mat Vansen, previously seen onstage in Brelby’s productions of 12 Days of Christmas, Little Shop of Horrors, The Miscast Concert, Oh, the Humanity!, Love’s Labour’s Lost, and Be a Good Little Widow. “There’s action, there’s combat, there’s romance, it’s been interesting to discover as we’ve gone through the process,” says Vansen. “I really love the relationship between Ivy and Johnny. It’s been great to see it come to life off of the page.”

Angel’s Alley features several returning Brelby artists; Fernando Perez (She Kills Monsters) as Johnny Moreno, Jaren Navenma (She Kills Monsters, Oh, the Humanity!) as Mark Vecchio, April Rideout (Little Shop of Horrors, Love’s Labour’s Lost) as Julia Moreno, Chavez Benally (Revenge of the Space Pandas) as Gyp Merrick, Clayton Caufman (Revenge of the Space Pandas) as Carlton Salko, and Niki DeShazo (The Kill, Princess and the Pirate) as Dutch Kelly. Angel’s Alley marks the Brelby stage debut for Scott Kennedy as Nick Callahan, Lacey Duffin as Ivy Callahan, and John Rose as Ash Hurley.

Angel’s Alley performs March 12, 13, 14 @ 7:30pm and March 14, 15 @ 2:00pm. Tickets are available by visiting the box office link at www.brelby.com. General admission is $12.

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