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    South Coast Repertory

    PO Box 2197
    Costa Mesa , CA 92628
    7147085555  |  Fax: 7145450391

    Website: scr.org


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    For 45 years, South Coast Repertory (SCR) has presented exciting theatre for Southern California audiences. The breadth of plays reflects SCR's artistic commitment to challenging, quality work.

     

     

    Upcoming Events

    One Man, Two Guvnors

    Presented by South Coast Repertory at South Coast Repertory - Segerstrom Stage

    September 11 - October 11, 2015

    Vietgone

    Presented by South Coast Repertory at South Coast Repertory - Julianne Argyros Stage

    October 4 - October 25, 2015

    Abundance

    Presented by South Coast Repertory at South Coast Repertory - Segerstrom Stage

    October 16 - November 15, 2015

    A Year with Frog and Toad

    Presented by South Coast Repertory at South Coast Repertory - Julianne Argyros Stage

    November 6 - November 22, 2015

    Madwoman in the Volvo, The

    Presented by South Coast Repertory at South Coast Repertory - Julianne Argyros Stage

    January 3 - January 24, 2016

    Red

    Presented by South Coast Repertory at South Coast Repertory - Segerstrom Stage

    January 22 - February 21, 2016

    Going to a Place where you Already Are

    Presented by South Coast Repertory at South Coast Repertory - Julianne Argyros Stage

    March 6 - March 27, 2016

    Future Thinking

    Presented by South Coast Repertory at South Coast Repertory - Segerstrom Stage

    March 25 - April 24, 2016

    Amadeus

    Presented by South Coast Repertory at South Coast Repertory - Segerstrom Stage

    May 6 - June 5, 2016

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    • Article: Becky Shaw's Not the Focus of 'Becky Shaw'
      OC Weekly - Nov 04, 2010
      By Joel Beers

      Like Citizen Kane’s Rosebud and the avian statue in The Maltese Falcon, the woman after whom Gina Gionfriddo’s sharply written 2009 comedy Becky Shaw is titled is a MacGuffin, a device that triggers the central thrust of the plot but is ultimately le… Expand

      Like Citizen Kane’s Rosebud and the avian statue in The Maltese Falcon, the woman after whom Gina Gionfriddo’s sharply written 2009 comedy Becky Shaw is titled is a MacGuffin, a device that triggers the central thrust of the plot but is ultimately less important than the people it affects. Becky, who arrives late in the first act, seems to lack a real identify, her words and actions merely reflections of the light generated by the two characters about whom Gionfriddo truly cares: Suzanna, a touchingly neurotic graduate student of psychology, and Max, her adopted brother and the person entrusted with taking care of her financially after the death of their father.

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    • Article: SCR comedy defines 'date from hell'
      The Orange County Register - Nov 01, 2010
      By Paul Hodgins

      Imagine the worst first date of your life. Multiply its misfortunes by 100.

      That colossal train wreck is the event that steers "Becky Shaw," a viciously funny play by Gina Gionfriddo that opened Friday at South Coast Repertory.… Expand

      Imagine the worst first date of your life. Multiply its misfortunes by 100.

      That colossal train wreck is the event that steers "Becky Shaw," a viciously funny play by Gina Gionfriddo that opened Friday at South Coast Repertory.

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