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Backwards in High Heels
a World Premiere by Jim Henry
directed by Ken Sawyer
at The Road Theatre Company

Marci Hill
- producer, publicist & photographer

L.A. Weekly Recommended

For better or worse, in sickness and in health and back again, Michael and Gen dance their way through the Greatest Generation...loving, cherishing and despising each other, as long as they both shall live.

  Backwards in High Heels
   

The Pagans
a West Coast Premiere by Ann Noble
directed by Scott Cummins
at The Road Theatre Company

Marci Hill
- actress, producer, publicist
& costume designer

Back Stage West Critic's Pick * L.A. Weekly Recommended

A contemporary tale of an Irish family and the one son who “made it” in America but can’t quite free himself from the bonds of blood and home.

  The Pagans
   

Napoli Milionaria
a West Coast Premiere by Eduardo deFilippo
directed by Deborah LaVine
at The Road Theatre Company

Marci Hill
- costume designer & photographer

Back Stage West Critic's Pick * L.A. Weekly Pick of the Week
Los Angeles Times Best Best * 1 Drama Critic's Circle Award

6 Ovation Awards, incl. Best Costume Design * 3 ADA Awards

Amid the turmoil of Naples in the waning days of World War II, the poor but honest family of Gennaro Jovine learns to survive by trading on the black market.

  Napoli Milionaria
   
A Mislaid Heaven
a West Coast Premiere by Carson Grace Becker
directed by Ken Sawyer
at The Road Theatre Company

Marci Hill
- actress, costume designer & publicist

Back Stage West Critic's Pick * 1 Drama Critic's Circle Award
1 Ovation Award & 3 Nominations
, incl. Costume Design
3 ADA Awards * 3 L.A. Weekly Award Nominations


Smoldering passions, miracles, secrets, and Celtic legends come together in an epic story about the bonds of love and country, and the politics that threaten to tear them apart.
  A Mislaid Heaven
   
David and Goliath in America
a World Premiere by Nick Zagone
directed by Ken Sawyer
at The Road Theatre Company

Marci Hill
- producer, publicist & photographer

3 ADA Awards * 2 Ovation Nominations

A fast-paced tale following the life of 60s radical lawyer, William Kunstler, and his psychedelic crusade for justice defending some of the most revolutionary icons of the time, including Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and Lenny Bruce.
  David and Goliath in America
   
Ballad Hunter
a West Coast Premiere by Jenny Laird
directed by Marci Hill
at The Road Theatre Company

Marci Hill
- director

2 ADA Awards * 1 Ovation Nomination

Three generations of women living on an isolated Appalachian mountain, seek to make sense of their world, which they suspect is cursed when everything around them mysteriously begins to die.

  Ballad Hunter
   
The Angels of Lemnos
a West Coast Premiere by Jim Henry
directed by Ken Sawyer
at The Road Theatre Company

Marci Hill
- assistant director, publist & photographer

Los Angeles Times Critic's Choice * 2 Ovation Awards
1 Drama Critic's Circle Award * 2 Robby Awards * 3 ADA Awards


There is heartbreaking wonder in the madness of Nathan Spandrel. Lost among the many faces of the homeless, his abnormally sized left brain is a blessing and a tragedy as it helps him relive a past that is both troubled and magical.

  The Angels of Lemnos
   

Tainted Blood
a West Coast Premiere by Tom Jacobson
directed by Michael Michetti
at The Road Theatre Company

Marci Hill
- actress, costume designer & publicist

Back Stage West Critic's Pick * 1 L.A. Weekly Award
7 ADA Awards


Set in 1878 Ireland, the Victorian enchantment with foreign cultures and arcane sciences creates the motivation for young Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker, and Arthur Conan Doyle to gather together to witness the mysteries of mesmerism.

  Tainted Blood
   
The Importance of Being Earnest
a classic by Oscar Wilde
directed by Linda de Vries
at The Road Theatre Company

Marci Hill
- costume designer, producer & publicist

England, 1895 - two fast friends in lusty pursuit of the women they adore, experience embarrassments, perplexities and growing panic, until they discover "the vital importance of being earnest."

  The Importance of Being Earnest
   
White People
a West Coast Premiere by J.T. Rogers
directed by John diFusco
at The Road Theatre Company

Marci Hill
- producer & publicist

Los Angeles Times Critic's Choice * 5 ADA Awards
Drama-Logue Critic's Choice * 2 Drama Critic's Circle Nominations


Three white people defy the norms and mores of today's standards to unveil the very heart of the issue of a dying American dream.

  White People
   
The Merchant of Venice
a classic by William Shakespeare
directed by James Clarke
at The Road Theatre Company

Marci Hill
- actress, producer & costume designer

Back Stage West Garland Award "Honorable Mention"
for Performance


Shakespeare's immortal tale of Shylock and the pound of flesh. A story of intolerance, mercy, friendship, and love.
  The Merchant of Venice
   
An American Romance
a World Premiere by Mark Lee
directed by John Lawler
at The Road Theatre Company

Marci Hill
- actress, producer & costume designer

Los Angeles Times Critic's Choice * 1 Drama-Logue Award
Back Stage West Critic's Pick * 5 ADA Awards

Brook Farm, Massachusetts, 1841, one of the first utopian communities in America, intellectual reason is challenged as ideals of a "New America" clash with the desires of the human heart.
  An American Romance
   

Home Fires
a West Coast Premiere by Jack Heifner
directed by Taylor Gilbert & Ken Sawyer
at The Road Theatre Company

Marci Hill
- actress

Back Stage West Critic's Pick * 5 Drama-Logue Awards
3 ADA Awards * 1 Drama Critic's Circle Award

Set in a boarding house in Texas during World War II, the play tells the story of seven women who work in a factory supporting the war efforts
overseas, interwoven with the plight of a teenage boy.

  Home Fires
   
Tartuffe
a classic by Molière
directed by Evan Smith
at California State University, Northridge

Marci Hill
- actress

A wealthy family man takes in a stranger by the name of Tartuffe to stay in his home. Tartuffe pretends to be of the highest moral authority but does not practice what he preaches, wreaking havoc on the household. Tartuffe is considered one of the most famous comedies of all time.
  Tartuffe
   
Machinal
an expressionistic play by Sophie Treadwell
directed by Peter Grego
at California State University, Northridge

Marci Hill
- actress

Loosely based on the murder trial of Ruth Snyder and her lover, this powerful expressionistic play examines women’s forced financial dependency upon men during the 1920s and their trapped existence in a male-dominated, oppressive wasteland. Love is considered unnecessary, and thus many women are trapped in loveless marriages.

  Machinal
   
Twelfth Night
a classic by William Shakespeare
directed by Linda de Vries
at California State University, Northridge

Marci Hill
- actress

An Elizabethan romantic comedy that includes the devices of mistaken identity, separated twins, gender-crossing disguise, and a plot revolves around overcoming obstacles to "true" love. While Twelfth Night concludes with tandem weddings, Shakespeare also speaks about the madness
of love.

  Twelfth Night




 
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