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Chinese Coffee
a Dark Comedy
CATEGORY :
by Ira Lewis

COMPANY : LoneWood Theatre Unit
VENUE : Eyedrum Art Space [WEBSITE]
ID# 3135

SHOWING : August 25, 2008 - September 03, 2008

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

It is one in the morning on a freezing New York night when struggling novelist Harry Levine comes pounding furiously on the door of his best friend, photographer Jake Manheim. Harry has all of a dollar and a half in his pocket and Jake owes him a substantial amount of money. Jake has even less money on hand than Harry, but what is worse he has not, he declares, read the manuscript of Harry's latest novel, a work on which Harry's last hope is pitched. Or has he?


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Dikran Tulaine
SM/Lights Jon Liles
Harry Steven Westdahl
Jake Patrick Wood
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