Red Helen & Supper in Rep.; Hey Whoopie Cat!

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Theatre of NOTE commits to a massive undertaking in their launch of the 2017 season. Two world premiere plays, four performances per week, ten actors in total, and one metamorphosing set. As entertaining as it is visually stunning, you’ll want to tell everyone that you had a chance to see RedSupperRep!

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Red Helen

Red Helen rules her three grown daughters with a powerful fist. The oldest, Astrid, craves appreciation. The middle, Max, brings home money in wee bloody fistfuls. And the youngest, Bebe, has returned from her travels abroad with a fiancé, seeking her father’s approval. But the father is traveling indefinitely, their family steakhouse is in crisis, and Helen’s speech is deteriorating into manic loops. As her daughters try their best to break free, Helen pulls out all the stops to keep them in her grip.

Red Helen is a dark and twisted comedy about bloody money, blood-red meat, and blood relations.

Written by Jennifer Barclay & Directed by Bill Voorhees

Sigi Gradwohl, Amanda Celine Miller, Greg Nussen, Lynn Odell, & Channing Sargent

Stage Manager – Kelly Egan; Scenic Designer – Aaron Francis; Costume Designer – Shelby Saelens; Lighting Designer – Bosco Flanagan; Sound Designer – Michelle Cullen; Publicity – David Elzer/Demand PR

Produced for Theatre of NOTE by Rebecca Light, Chantelle Albers, & Matt Orlando

Alternate cast performances: Tuesday, May 9th & Wednesday, May 10th at 8:00pm

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Supper follows four super-rich and estranged brothers as they reunite in Japan on the eve of their eldest brother’s wedding. What follows is a strange and savage feast of lies, recriminations, and bitter truths served with a side of jet-black humor.

Supper is a brute farce custom built for this day and age.

Contains adult themes and language. Not suggested for children under 16.

Written by Phinneas Kiyomura & Directed by Alina Phelan

Darrett Sanders, Joel Scher. Alex Elliot-Funk, Will McFadden, & Keiko Elizabeth

Stage Manager – Aaron Saldaña; Scenic Designer – Aaron Francis; Costume Designer – Amanda Maciel Antunes; Lighting Designer – Bosco Flanagan; Sound Designer – Dean Harada; Fight Choreographer – Bo Foxworth; Publicity – David Elzer/Demand PR

Produced for Theatre of NOTE by Rebecca Sigl, Michelle Cullen, Elyse Mirto; & Keiko Elizabeth

Alternate cast performances: Tuesday, May 2nd & Wednesday, May 3rd at 8:00pm

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Red Helen & Supper run in repertory at Theatre of NOTE, Thursday, March 30th – Saturday, May 20th, with Red Helen opening on Thursday, March 30th and Supper opening on Thursday, April 6th.

Red Helen & Supper will have two performances per week each running Thursday – Sunday with altering orders each week.

Thursday, Friday, & Saturday at 8:00pm, Sunday at 7:00pm
Theatre of NOTE
1517 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028

$25 general tickets
Patrons who purchase a ticket to one production in the repertory will receive a discount code for the other production.

For tickets and more information visit
Theatre of NOTE


Hey Whoopie Cat!

On Sunday, April 2nd, Clare Dickerson & Cheya Carry of Calico Podcasts returned for a late-night edition of the comedy show Hey Whoopie Cat! The list of featured artists included Opey Olagbaju, Amber Scalzo, Davina Joy, & Ceda Xiong!

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The month of April is packed with another late-night edition of Hey Whoopie Cat! coming Sunday, April 30th after Theatre of NOTE‘s production of Supper.

Stay tuned for the announcement of the April 30th lineup!

In the meantime, be sure to check out the podcast aspect of Hey Whoopie Cat! along with all the other audio productions developed by Calico Podcast including Besties, IDEK, High Crimes, & TWPRpod.

For more information and to hear the podcasts, visit Calico Podcasts – Shows.

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