Wednesday, October 3, 2012

'Shiner' grunge love story in West Hollywood extended through Oct. 20

The world premiere of SHINER by Christian Durso at Working Stage Theatre in West Hollywood, CA has added two additional performances and will now close on Saturday October 20th. Performances: Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 3pm thru October 14. A limited number of advance tickets are available for $18 at Tickets will be $25 at the door.

In the spring of 1994, two outcast teens make a pact to die happy: see Nirvana at the Hollywood Bowl then jump off the 101 overpass together. But a first kiss, a restraining order and Kurt Cobain’s declining health threaten their plans.

The Hollywood Reporter calls this grunge rock fueled love story “powerfully engaging” and “richly detailed” and the script was named to the 2012 Tracking Board’s Young and Hungry List. The creative team includes 2012 Ovation Nominees director Neil Patrick Stewart and scenic artist Haley Ho, SHINER stars Graham Sibley (CRACK WHORE GALORE, HOUSE OF GOLD) and Laila Ayad (BACHELORETTE).

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