Influenced by the evolving political landscape, VICUÑA is one funny satire focusing on a brash presidential candidate on the rise who just happens to be a blustering real estate tycoon and reality TV star, and his world-renowned tailor he coerces into serving him. “Vicuña” delves beneath the over stitching, through the weave and into the true power of the power suit. A suit may or may not make the man but it can definitely be revealing. A timely take on our rollicking political scene from Pulitzer finalist Baitz.
“Vicuña” delves beneath the over stitching, through the weave and into the true power of the power suit. A suit may or may not make the man but it can definitely be revealing. A timely take on our rollicking political scene from Pulitzer finalist Baitz.
Better yet, there is a special election night performance with complimentary post-show drinks in the lobby bar on November 8. The lobby will be open both before the 8 p.m. performance and after the show with election results on lobby monitors making VICUÑA this year’s winning candidate for BEST ELECTION PARTY.
Directed by Robert Egan, “Vicuña” plays through November 20th. The cast includes Linda Gehringer, Brian George, Harry Groener, Ramiz Monsef and Samantha Sloyan. The scenic design for “Vicuña” is by Kevin Depinet, costume design is by Laura Bauer, lighting design is by Tom Ontiveros and original music and sound design is by Karl Fredrik Lundeberg. Casting is by Meg Fister and the production stage manager is Brooke Baldwin.
Although VICUÑA is being held in Culver City, the Center Theatre Group, one of the nation’s preeminent arts and cultural organizations, is based in Downtown Los Angeles. As the leading nonprofit theatre company,C enter Theatre Group programming seasons include theatrical performances held at the 736-seat Mark Taper Forum, Ahmanson Theatre and the 317-seat Kirk Douglas Theatre. In addition to presenting and producing the broadest range of theatrical entertainment in the country, Center Theatre Group is one of the nation’s leading producers of ambitious new works through commissions and world premiere productions and a leader in interactive community engagement and education programs that reach across generations, demographics and circumstance to serve Los Angeles.
Tickets for “Vicuña” are available by calling (213) 628-2772 or online at www.CenterTheatreGroup.org. Tickets range from $25 – $70. The Kirk Douglas Theatre is located at 9820 Washington Blvd. in Culver City, CA 90232.