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A howling good time to be had at 'Wolf Man' screening

October 25, 2003

It is directed by Maria Gobetti and co-produced by Tom Ormeny,

Robert E. Alschuler, Susan Alschuler and Gobetti.

It's about a family of strong women and their men. Secrets define

their lives and shocks of discovery force them to change.

Show times are 8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and 4 p.m.

Sundays through Nov. 16. Tickets range from $22 to 24. The Victory is

at 3326 W. Victory Blvd., Burbank. For reservations, call 841-5421.



Aaron Sorkin's military courtroom drama, "A Few Good Men,"

continues its Los Angeles run tonight at the Third Stage in Burbank.

The play is directed by David Blanchard, who also is playing the

role of Lt. Jonathan Kendrick. Co-producing the play are Birdman and

Old Country Productions.

Before the film, the play was on Broadway and even though it went

on national tour, it was never produced in Los Angeles.

Show times are 8 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays until Nov. 22.

Tickets are $20, $15 for students and seniors. The theater is at

2811 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank. For reservations, call 842-4755.


Two productions are running in repertory at A Noise Within,

Glendale's classical theater company.

Director Craig Belknap makes his debut with Moliere's "The Miser."

Harpagon, the Miser, loves money almost as much as he loves himself.

Determined to marry off his son and daughter -- at a profit -- and

take a young bride for himself at an even greater profit, Harpagon's

attempts at courtship are almost thwarted when a conniving

matchmaker, a shrewd servant and a surly cook all want money in order

to do their work. But when Harpagon's secret love -- his buried

treasure -- is stolen, romance is off and the chase for the criminal

is on.

The play continues in repertory with Shakespeare's "Coriolanus"

until Dec. 7.

Coriolanus, a creature singularly bred for violent combat, braces

for a meteoric rise as Rome's greatest warrior. Unable to sever the

tentacle-like apron strings of his honor-seeking, bloodthirsty

mother, Coriolanus struggles to grasp control of a universe filled

with treachery and rebellion. It is only when Coriolanus uses honesty

as a blunt instrument to strive for real depths, does he discover his

real self.

Company artistic co-directors Geoff Elliott and Julia Rodriguez

Elliott are directing this piece. Geoff Elliott also appears in the

starring role.

It plays in repertory through Dec. 6. Tickets range from $20 to

$40 and can be reserved by calling 240-0910. A Noise Within makes its

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