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The Hollywood Reporter Review: Sixty Miles To Silver Lake

2/14/13 by Myron Meisel

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The Bottom Line: Bad dad and tortured teen in a Volvo take a bumpy ride on the 5 Freeway, marked by the fresh, consistent vision of this scrappy determined company.

Father-son bonding is limned over the course of a Southern California car commute.

Divorced father Ky (Wes Whitehead) drives his adolescent son Denny (Daniel David Stewart) from Orange County to his new home in Silver Lake on their periodic visitations. At first, Ky seems simply to epitomize all the wrong approaches of a separated parent, pushing the squirming Denny for intelligence about his mother’s dating life, putting her down and making strained efforts to bond. What starts as plain-wrap domestic realism takes a distinct turn as Sixty Miles to Silver Lake leaps across time, collapsing various occasions of the two guys at different ages and places in their deteriorating relationship. While abrupt at first, these jumps are woven in an easily digestible manner, as we realize that they will never get to Silver Lake, remaining captive within the frame of Ky’s Volvo. Learn More

Past Productions

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    Shiner

    WHAT: Premiere of “Shiner” WHEN: September 14-October 14; Fridays/Saturdays at 8:00 p.m., Sundays at 3:00 p.m. WHERE: Working Stage Theatre, 1516 N. Gardner Street, West Hollywood, CA 90046 TICKETS: $18 at www.iamatheatre.com or $25 at the door. ABOUT: “Shiner” takes place in the spring of 1994, when two outcast teens make a pact to die […]

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    Bachelorette

    IAMA Theatre Company PRESENTS BACHELORETTE A NEW PLAY BY LESLYE HEADLAND The only thing worse than being single is being sober. (January 1, 2008) Los Angeles, CA — IAMA THEATRE COMPANY presents the world premiere of a bitingly brilliant new play about three beautiful, troubled girls dealing bluntly with love, friendship and addiction: BACHELORETTE. Playing […]

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    Sixty Miles to Silver Lake

    IAMA THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS SIXTY MILES TO SILVER LAKE BY DAN LeFRANC DIRECTED BY BECCA WOLFF OPENS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2 AT LOUNGE THEATRE FOR SIX WEEKS ONLY IAMA Theatre Company (Becca Wolff, Artistic Director) has announced a limited engagement of Sixty Miles to Silver Lake, written by Dan LeFranc and directed by Wolff, at Hollywood’s […]

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    Do Like The Kids Do

        “DO LIKE THE KIDS DO” TO OPEN NOVEMBER 10 IN LOS ANGELES   IAMA Theatre Company brings dramatic comedy to West Hollywood’s Working Stage Theatre LOS ANGELES, October 29, 2012 – “Do Like The Kids Do,” a profoundly funny play in the tradition of the American family drama, will open on Saturday, November […]

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    You Are Here

    You Are Here by Jason Woods. DIRECTOR’S NOTE: This whole thing came together very quickly.  It was only two or so months ago that the group, soon to be called IAMA, was sitting around an apartment in Hollywood itching to put on a work of our own.  We had no script, no space, no set, […]

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