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The Lucky Ones

The Lucky Ones: Staged Playreading | June 29

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Wednesday, June 29, 2022 — 7:30 pm

NOTE: New date is Wednesday, June 29th. 

A Staged Playreading of Lia Romeo’s new comedy
directed by Diana Wyenn
featuring Tina Huang, Roxana Ortega, and Brandon Scott

Join us on June 29th at the historic Ebell of Los Angeles for a staged reading of Lia Romeo’s fresh new comedy The Lucky Ones. This presentation received partial funding through a Juilliard Project Grant.

Synopsis: Vanessa and Janie are best friends… until a cancer diagnosis rewrites the rule book and forces them to consider what that friendship means and how much it matters. Centering the power of female friendship, The Lucky Ones is at once riotous and affecting, and illuminates the value of love in the face of death, and the value of friendship in the face of… well, everything.

The performance is followed by a conversation with playwright Lia Romeo and Chelsea J. Smith, a cancer survivor and volunteer with the Cancer Hope Network.

Photos: Tina Huang, Roxana Ortega, Lia Romeo, and Brandon Scott (clockwise from top left)

The Ebell of Los Angeles requires all members and guests to be fully vaccinated and up to date to attend in-person programs. “Fully vaccinated and up to date” is defined as having had a primary series of vaccinations plus a booster (if eligible) and being at least two weeks past the booster dose. Guests must bring ID and proof of vaccination to every event to enter. Accommodations will be made for those who have a medical or religious exemption. Please contact Hailey (hailey@ebellofla.org, (323) 931-1277 ext. 159) if you require an exemption. For those with exemptions, The Ebell of Los Angeles will need the following three items on record:
  • A signed copy of the Acknowledgement of Risk and Waiver of Liability for COVID 19
  • Negative PCR test taken within 48 hours of entry OR negative lab antigen test taken within 24 hrs. of event.
  • And a Rapid Antigen test taken onsite (provided by the Ebell for an additional $15 cost)

Medical grade masks are required for this event.

For the safety of all attending, those who do not meet our COVID-19 requirements will not be allowed access to the event.

Ticket Info

$20 per person
Proceeds from this event benefit Cancer Hope Network and The Ebell of Los Angeles.
Cancellations must be received 48 hours prior to an event to avoid billing.

7:30 pm Show
9:00 pm Talk-back

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Contact Information

If you have questions about this event, please email: meredyth@ebellofla.org

Entrance

The Ebell of Los Angeles
Entrance: 741 South Lucerne Boulevard
Free parking across from entrance on Lucerne