Theatre |
29th September 2012

In search of the ‘California Dream’, enraged movie publicist Nikolai races along Sunset Boulevard at the very edge of the richest country in the world.

Standing in the neon-soaked Hollywood rain, forlorn evangelist Gary has deserted his congregation in search of the great movie fantasies of yesteryear while Bradley, movie make-up artist and dispenser of Tinseltown wisdom, is stranded on the Hollywood Freeway, trying to make sense of something extraordinary he just witnessed.

In the midst of these dreamers and all the hilarious, moving tales they have to tell, an extremely large and boisterous dog is bounding across the eight-lane freeway.

“Brilliantly skillful and utterly compelling” (The Independent)



29th September 2012

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