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May 31, 2003

office is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Saturday and prior to

all performances. Tickets can be purchased online 24 hours a day via

the Internet at


The Falcon Theatre is producing "3 Little Pigs," written by Carole

Unter and directed by Joseph Leo Bwarie, through June 22.

Embarking on a fun-filled adventure in storytelling and


architecture, the "3 Little Pigs" playfully rewrite their own classic

tale as they learn about the power of the imagination and the

importance of friendship.

Show times are 1 and 3 p.m. Saturdays and 1 p.m. Sundays. Tickets

are $10. The Falcon Theatre is at 4252 Riverside Drive, in Burbank.

For information and reservations call 955-8101.


Jhennifer Webberley, a Burbank resident, is directing and

producing an original play, "Sebastian and the Tattooed Love

Librarian," at the Secret Rose Theatre in North Hollywood.

Webberley, who recently graduated with a master's in fine arts

from USC film school, has found her way back to theater with this

contemporary comedy about relationships.

The play by Debra Neff Nathans is a story that examines the

relationships between gay men and the women who adore them. Dora, a

self-proclaimed "fag hag," struggles to combine her flamboyant fruit

fly lifestyle with her new found secret straight love.

Show times are 8 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays and 7 p.m.

Sundays through June 8. Tickets are $20 with discounts for groups,

students and seniors. For reservations, call 845-5148. The theater is

at 11246 Magnolia Blvd., North Hollywood.


Burbank actor Phil Hawn is starring in the play, "Meet Me at the

Oak," at the Whitmore-Lindley Theatre in North Hollywood.

This is the inaugural production of The Los Angeles African

American Repertory Company, written and directed by award-winning

playwright, Layon Gray. Hawn plays Frank Beaudoin, the father of a

Caucasian family that moves into an all African American Louisiana

neighborhood in 1955. When his little girl falls from an old oak tree

in a neighbor's yard, the local law, on Frank's behalf, informs the

African-American family that the tree must be chopped down. They

refuse due to the history of the tree -- many of their ancestors were

hung from it.

Hawn, who appeared in the feature film "Supreme Sanction" and the

Internet short "Spoof! An Insider's Guide to Short Film Success,"

recently completed three festival award-winning short films and TV


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