Psalms of a Questionable Nature
by Marisa Wegrzyn · August 12 - September 11, 2005
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psalms of a questionable nature When step-sisters Greta and Moo finally meet, it's to decide what to do with their dead parents' decrepit house. Greta wants to sell the house, Moo wants to get to know her sister, but neither wants to face what they find in the long-forbidden basement. When a lethal secret is uncovered and they become trapped in the twisted schemings of their dead parents' love, the women realize they may not make it out of the basement alive.

"Psalms of a Questionable Nature" is written by Chicago playwright Marisa Wegrzyn, and was presented as a reading at the Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago in 2004 (playwright Marisa Wegrzyn is currently under commission to create a new play for Steppenwolf). Lucid by Proxy is proud to present its world premiere professional production.

Check out the fantastic reviews here.

(Check out "?Mindless Pawns?" after "Psalms" on August 20 & 27 and September 3 & 10. Find out more...)

production details

August 12 - September 11, 2005
Friday and Saturday evenings at 8PM
Sunday evenings at 7PM

Paul E. Richards' Theater Place
2902 Rowena Ave
Silverlake (Los Angeles 90039)
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This production has closed after a successful run

cast & crew

writer: Marisa Wegrzyn
director: Trevor Biship
asst. director/stage manager: Patty Ramsey
scenery: Chris Hansen
lighting: Chris Hansen & David Nett
costumes: Ashley Rhodes
technical direction: David Nett
publicity: David Nett
box office: Shannon Nelson
graphic design: David Nett

Moo: Shannon Nelson
Greta: Sasha Harris


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"Under Trevor Biship's assured direction, Harris and Nelson are riveting, and the production masterful..."
· LAWeekly


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