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Christmas Twist on LA Stage Times

A Christmas Twist on LA Stage Times – A nice piece on the most popular holiday offerings this season in Los Angeles Theatre.  Read all about it here.

Christmas Twist on Broadway World

SeaGlass Theatre’s production of “A Christmas Twist” is featured on Broadway World.  Click here to watch the full video.

Christmas Twist Review #4

Stage and Cinema
Review: A Christmas Twist
by Jason Rohrer

Please Sir, we want some more.

SeaGlass Theatre only does one show a year, which is remarkable, since they’re such a spirited bunch.  For instance, it’s a shame to miss Paul Stroili any time he’s onstage: I’ve seen him do outrageously good work in good productions, like the last SeaGlass offering, Steven Berkoff‘s Kvetch…

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Christmas Twist Review #3

By Deborah Dodge
BurbankNBeyond

An unusual blend of Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist and A Christmas Carol, this play parodies and yet still honors the two great stories, while peppering in perfectly placed modern jokes that even the most hip, technologically advanced tween will get..

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Christmas Twist Review #2

Arts in LA
Reviewed by Dink O’Neal

From some of the wacky minds that brought forth Of Grapes and Nuts, which tweaked John Steinbeck’s greatest works, comes this irreverently funny collage of characters and storylines first put to paper by the pen of Charles Dickens. Authors Doug Armstrong and Keith Cooper, joined by Maureen Morley, have intertwined a bevy of Dickensian favorites—Fagin and Mr. Bumble, as well as Scrooge, the Cratchits, and the requisite Ghosts of various Christmases—resulting in a rip-roaring holiday classic.

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Christmas Twist Review #1

BroadwayWorld
Reviewed by Don Grigware

Seaglass Theatre Co is full of the Dickens this holiday season. They are not doling out A Christmas Carol or Oliver Twist but A Christmas Twist, a 1991 sendup by Doug Armstrong, Keith Cooper and Maureen Morley that contains plot elements of both classics shuffled together to much comic effect. This is no great work of literature to be sure, but a laugh fest? Guaranteed. Now at the Big Victory Theatre through December 16, Paul Stroili has smoothly directed a delightfully delectable cast for your enjoyment…

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Talking Twist on LA TalkRadio!

Doug Armstrong, co-author of “A Christmas Twist” along with cast members Jen Ray and Lauren McCormack, spend some time “talkin’ twist”.  A great time was had by all.  Click here to hear the broadcast.

Check out the Pics!

The lovely and talented Melissa McCormack (our resident shutterbug) takes some stunning publicity stills of “A Christmas Twist”  Check them out by clicking here.

SeaGlass Teams up with “Be Your Own SuperHero!”

SeaGlass Theatre is delighted to support the Be Your Own Superhero Foundation, donating 50% of all proceeds of tickets purchased for A Christmas Twist (with the code: cape) to this wonderful organization.

The mission of the Be Your Own Superhero Foundation is to bring women and men together united with the common goal of raising awareness, offering healing and inspiring transformation to all survivors of sexual assault.

Learn more at:

http://seaglasstheatre.org/embraceyourcape/

Broadway World is Talkin’ Twist!

Our friends at Broadway World help us spread the word about our Fall Production.  Video Feature coming soon!

Check it out here.