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Surf City Theatre Company has been producing shows at the Hermosa Beach Playhouse 2nd Story Theater for a number of years. These are a few to give you an idea of what you missed! But don't worry, we've got a bunch more coming.
Sylvia - Written by A.R. Gurney
The hilarious comedy about a lovable dog named Sylvia that is enamored with her new owner Greg, leaving trouble and laughs in her wake.
Sister's Easter Catechism: will my bunny go to heaven - Starring Maripat Donovan
Sister returned from the Vatican where she has been overseeing the conclave just in time to share her thoughts with us on that very special holiday...Easter!
A Christmas Carol - By Charles Dickens
The holiday favorite, that helps get everyone in the mood and spirit of the season. This show set a record for opening night audiences, and we are proud of the cast and crew that made this a great show for the year 2012.
We've put on many fun and successful shows at Surf City...
Death by Golf - An Un-fore-tunate Comedy
This madcap comedy about life, golf and the foibles when they overlap was a genuine pleasure for everyone. The cast included: Melody Cohen (Muriel), Elisabeth Lindsey (Ashley), Gary Kresca (Grandpa), Daren Flam (Tony). Missing from the lineup, Larry Davenport (Prescott).
Cast includes: Pony Luebben, Michael Piznarski, Mandi Fanelli, Kyle Grubb, Darrin Reed, Jeffrey Hurley and Bob Baumsten
Laughter On The 23rd Floor - By Neil Simon
Neil Simon's take on Sid Caesar's early career, writing for the 1950's era TV show "Your Show Of Shows".
Hallelujah Girls - By Jone Hope Wooten
The girls of Spa Dee Dah take you to a funny place as they deal with life in a small Georgia town.
Late Night Catechism - Sister Rools The Dice - By Maripat Donovan
Sister tells stories and offers advice about Las Vegas like nobody else. Written and performed by Maripat Donovan
Arsenic & Old Lace - By Joseph Kesselring
A killer comedy about the strange happenings of the Brewster sisters living in a small town and the dastardly deeds that take place in their boarding house home.
I Married A Neanderthal and other Modern Problems - By Maripat Donovan
A Midwestern housewife uses her years of valuable family experience to guide us through our own lives. As usual, her take on life and its common problems are a side splitting adventure for everyone.
Wait Until Dark - By Frederick Knott
A melodramatic hit, this story centers on a drug smuggling scheme gone wrong and the high jinx
that typically ensue.
Til Death Do Us Part - Late Night Catechism - By Maripat Donovan
Sister shares with us her humorous and apropos advice for a long lasting marriage. She councils the audience makes everyone wonder about holy matrimony.
Tribute - By Bernard Slade
In a role originated by Jack Lemmon, this is the touching, yet lighthearted portrait of one man's last chance to rekindle his relationship with his son before it's too late.
Moonlight & Magnolias - By Ron Hutchinson
The hilarious behind the scenes story of the writing of the epic film, Gone With The Wind.
Every Christmas Story Ever Told... - By Michael Carlton, James Fitzgerald &
James K Alvarez
A humorous spin on the various holiday stories, tales and songs that we all love and hate.
Cannibals - By R.J. Colleary
The trials, tribulations and all the glamour that comes with ladies making their way through Hollywood.
Olive & The Bitter Herbs - By Charles Busch
An older actress, famous for "Where's the Sausage" commercial, interacts with her neighbors
and a vision in her home mirror.
Plaza Suite - By: Neil Simon
Neil Simon classic comedy set in the honeymoon hotel of the main characters who are there to revive their flagging marriage.
The Christmas Spirit by: Frederick Stoppel
The hilarity ensues when "Death" drops in for Christmas dinner.
Over The River & Through The Woods by: Joe DiPietro
Nick the young Italian-American from New Jersey considers moving away from his family to chase
his dream job. As you can guess, that doesn't make everyone happy.
The Odd Couple by: Neil Simon
The trials and tribulations of Oscar and Felix are forever imortalized in Neil Simon's classic story of two opposites living a life together