Running Lines Audio Podcast: Jeremy Palmer, Ed Mills and J Murray d'Armand of Wit Theatre's 'L.A. Diner'

Episode 168: In this week’s “Running Lines” podcast, John Moore talks with playwrights Jeremy Palmer and Ed Mills as well as director J Murray d’Armand of Wit Theatre Company about the Denver premier of L.A. Diner. It is set at a little diner in 1962 Hollywood near where Marilyn Monroe is making her final film, Something’s Got to Give. A swath of characters mix and mingle while learning you have to be the answer to your own prayer.”

Palmer is known for his work as an actor, director and writer with the handicapped Phamaly Theatre Company. At age 15, he starred as Young Jim in the DCPA Theatre Company’s production of Treasure Island.

​L.A. Diner:
Presented by The Wit Theatre Company
Performances 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays through Oct. 4
Crossroads Theatre, 2590 Washington St.
Tickets: $17.50
Click here to go to the ticketing page
Call 720-298-5293

Vox PHAMALIA: Pity Pity Bang Bang:
Phamaly Theatre Company’s ‘differently-abled sketch comedy’ show
Performances Oct. 16-26
The Avenue Theatre, 417 E. 17th Ave. 
7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, plus Oct. 20 and 23; also 2 p.m. Sundays
Tickets: $20 in advance or $24 at the door
Click here to go to the ticketing page

Recent “Running Lines” episodes:
167: Laura Norman and Josh Hartwell on Grounded and Dylan Went Electric
166: Alison Horsley on the art of Dramaturgy
165: Christy Montour-Larson on directing Shadowlands



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