4000 Miles makes L.A Debut at Sierra Madre Playhouse this weekend

Pulitzer nominated play 4000 Miles makes it Los Angeles debut this weekend at the Sierra Madre Playhouse.  I’ll be there for opening night and will report more detail on the production after I’ve seen it.

Of course I won’t let you just hang without a tease.  The bit of info from the Sierra Madre Playhouse website:

When 21 year-old Leo shows up at his 91 year-old grandmother’s apartment in the West Village in New York City at 3 a.m. after biking 4000 miles across America neither expect it to be more than a one-night stay. But over the course of a single month, these unlikely roommates infuriate, bewilder, and ultimately reach each other. This beautiful and funny play was called “the best play of the year” by Time Magazine and was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in 2013.

You get more info oin the play and ordering tickets at their WEB SITE.  Opening night is this weekend and there are some tickets left from what I have been told.  The venue is perfect for this tupe of a play, big enough for  a grand stage production but small enough that there isn’t a bad seat in the house.