September 1, 2002
Contact: Alice Ensor
An evening of 10 minute plays presented by Sessions Artist’s Workshop for Los Angeles' Edge
of the World Theater Festival Shows to begin on October 7th at The Theatre District.
HOLLYWOOD, CA – No Vacancy an evening of 10-minute plays written and directed by members
of the Sessions at The Cast Artist’s Workshop will proudly participate in this year's EdgeFest, the
Los Angeles Edge of the World Theater Festival. In preparing for the actual festival, which runs
October 10th through 20th, The Theatre District at The Cast will begin performances of No
Vacancy on Monday, October 7th.
The phrase “If these walls could talk…” is explored to its fullest, when the walls happen to be those
of one particular room, in one singular hotel. No Vacancy is an exploration into the diversity, comedy,
drama, and happen-stance that occur within the confines of one particular room. Something about
being in a hotel room takes us out of our normal environment – and often seems to dramatically affect
our “normal” behavior. Ever wonder what might have occurred in that room you stayed in? Well, now
is your chance to “check in” and check it out!
No Vacancy features eight 10-minute plays written and directed by members of Sessions at The Cast.
Shows include Love Room by Julian Andrei, Maid Service by Jeffery Damon, Squeak in the Night by
Christian Holiday, John D. by Christian Holiday, A Gift From a Friend by David Colley, Snake Shot by
Molli McIlvaine, Monopoly Money by Summer Spinks, and Where Are We? By Shannon Hunt.
No Vacancy begins performances on Monday, October 7th and will run Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday evenings at 8:00 p.m. through October 16th. Regular Ticket prices are $15. EdgeFest
Passport Holders may purchase tickets for just $5. For more information on how to purchase a
Passport please visit www.theedgeoftheworld.org. Group, Senior, and
Student Discounts are available. The theatre is located at 804 N. El Centro, just two blocks North of
Melrose and one block East of Vine in Hollywood.
September 1, 2002