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Friends Like These

Written by Gregory Crafts

Directed by Wendy Gough Soroka

Ticketing  link for Hollywood Fringe: http://hff14.org/1594

Garrett is an outsider with a secret. Constantly tortured in school and relegated to the social fringe, he just tries to get through each day as best as possible. The only bright spots in his life are his two friends, Bryan and Diz, and the place they all share: a wondrous game world called Haven. All of this changes, however, when he’s noticed by the most popular cheerleader in school. Suddenly, things start to look up! He’s in love, finding confidence and enjoying his daily life for the first time… until past decisions come back to haunt him. Harassed by Nicole’s angry ex-boyfriend, and forced to deal with his best friend Diz’s jealousy and suspicion, Garrett’s life will never be the same.

June 6th – July 13th, 2014
Various Dates & Times
See Festival Websites for Full Schedule
Hollywood Fringe | San Diego International Fringe

The Elephant Stages
Hollywood Fringe Festival

Tuesday Talkbacks
We’re pleased to announce that we will be hosting talkbacks with the cast and crew of Friends Like These after our performances on June 17th and 24th. Use code ‘#‎TalkbackTuesday’ and name your ticket price to see the show! We hope you’ll join us.

Bread & Salt
San Diego International Fringe Festival

“GO” - LA Weekly

NOMINEE: Best Ensemble (Comedy or Drama) – Artistic Director Achievement Awards 2009

NOMINEE: La Fringe Award – Overall Outstanding Contribution to Theatre In Los Angeles 2010 – L.A. Theatre Review

OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2010 New York International Fringe Festival

“(Playwright Gregory Crafts) has thrown in surprising details and created authentic characters who give us a fresh twist on teen angst.” – Backstage West

“Wonderfully written, Friends Like These is a must see play and will put a knot in your stomach by the end.” — L.A. Theatre Review

“You will be changed after seeing Friends Like These.” — Proxart Magazine

“Crafts eloquently captures the petty jealousies, pointless cruelties, and heightened self-consciousness of painful adolescence.” — Backstage

“…a shrewd study of modern adolescence.” — NYTheatre.com

 

Learn More at http://www.friendsliketheseplay.com

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