A rare opportunity to see one of today's most fascinating creative couples in action.
Winnie Holzman and Paul Dooley in play "Assisted Living." The couple will be performing at the 25th Annual Hollywood Performance Marathon. (Photo: Michael Lamont via HuffPost)
Let me say at the outset that I know absolutely nothing about Theatre of NOTE or its Annual Hollywood Performance Marathon, but I do know that any chance to see "My So-Called Life" creator Winnie Holzman and husband Paul Dooley (Patty's father "Chuck" in MSCL) perform live should be pounced upon as the rare opportunity it is. Here's the deal (via BroadwayWorld.com):
This highly anticipated, quarter of a century, local tradition is an all-day-all-night extravaganza of eclectic performances, including comedy, juggling, poetry, puppets, performance art, dance, music, monologues and much more! Fan favorites such as Paul Dooley("Cars", "16 Candles"), Winnie Holzman("My So Called Life", "Wicked") Tom Lenk("Buffy the Vampire Slayer"), Kirsten Vangsness("Criminial Minds"), Mark Fite, Jim Turner, Matthew Cuban, Scot Nery, Karl Herlinger, and many other talented artists will be performing.
The 25th Annual Hollywood Performance Marathon is a one day-night event, on Saturday, January 18th at 3pm and continuing until 2:00am on January 19th, at Theatre of NOTE, 1517 N. Cahuenga (just North of Sunset) in Hollywood. Ticket price is $25; all proceeds to benefit Theatre of NOTE. No reservations necessary. First come first serve seating.
For more information, visit www.theatreofnote.com.
Go now. Go!