AMERICA ADJACENT: THEY COME FOR A FUTURE
Laughter and heartbreak come hand in hand in this World Premiere play by Boni B. Alvarez and directed by Jon Lawrence Rivera.
STORY: In pursuit of the American Dream, six pregnant Filipina women risk everything. Confined to a one-bedroom, on-bath unit in East Hollywood the women do their best to overcome fears of jail and deportation so that their children can have a better life. Playwright Boni B. Alvarez examines the promise of U.S. Citizenship and ask, “How far would you go to give your child a future?”
CAST: Evie Abat, Angel T. Baesa, Toni Katano, Hazel Lozano, Samantha Valdellon, Sandy Velasco and Arianne Villareal.
Producers: Gary Grossman, Tony Abatemarco
Associate Producer: Giselle Töngi Walters
Opening Night: February 16
Fridays & Satirdays: 8:30pm
Plus Monday, March 4, 11, 18 - 8:00pm
Premium: $41; Standard: $35
Available discounts: Student, Under 30, Senior 65+
Ticket Policies: http://skylighttheatre.org/tickets-ticketing-policies/
Age advisement: 14+
NO LATE SEATING
Wheelchair and Handicapped accessible seats are available exclusively to people with disabilities and their companions. Accessible seating tickets must be purchased in advance by calling our local Box Office.
1816 1/2 N. Vermont
Los Angeles, CA 90027
*ENTRANCE NEXT TO Skylight Books. -- GO PAST THE RESTAURANT TABLES to the top of the Patio.
(Located in East Hollywood in Los Feliz Village not far from the Greek Theatre)
PARKING at Skylight:
There are four pay lots within two blocks of the theatre (avg cost: $5-$6), enter from the adjacent side streets. Evening Valet parking is available at Palermos Restaurant (private price); Tell them you are going to Skylight Theatre; access from Russell Ave half block north of the theatre.
If you prefer free or metered street parking, please allow ample time to secure a spot before the show begins. Street parking is difficult to find in this area due to the popularity of the many restaurants.
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