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Whedon Talent Ring the “Bells of West 87th”

A couple weeks ago on Whedonopolis.com, we let you know about a staged reading of “The Bells of West 87th”, starring Juliet Landau and directed by Richard Pierce. The Road Theatre featured this performance as part of the 2012 Summer Playwrights Festival, a fundraising event hosted by Taylor Gilbert and Sam Anderson (Holland Manners on Angel and Bernard on LOST), co-artistic directors.

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Juliet Landau In a New Play by Elin Hampton

After a short break from her six month run in "Danny and the Deep Blue Sea",  Juliet will be doing two staged readings of a new play, ‘The Bells of West 87th‘ .

Tickets are a very affordable $10 and the readings are Sunday, April 22nd and Friday May 4th

Click through for more info and how to buy tickets.

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Juliet Landau Sails to Success in Danny and the Deep Blue Sea

Last weekend may have been dominated by football and movie awards, but I spent part of my vacation in Los Angeles at a small Lutheran church in North Hollywood to see a local theater company.

Why that instead of hoping to see a glimpse of George Clooney? The play featured one of the most popular stars in the Whedon universe, Juliet Landau.
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