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Fathers at a Game

ensemble theatre · moving arts · Ages 17+ · United States

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Award-winning theatre company Moving Arts presents an explosive drama by Trey Nichols, directed by Vesna Hocevar.

“Go see ‘Fathers at a Game.’ It’s a relevant, powerful story of the way imagination mollifies tragedy and pain…this isn’t an ordinary football game.” —The Huffington Post

“The play “Fathers At A Game,” at East Theatre at the Complex in Hollywood is an excellent example of why the Hollywood Fringe Festival is equivalent to off-off Broadway. Somehow it attracts brilliant directors (Vesna Hocevar); writers (Trey Nichols); and actors (Luke Baybak, Tony Williams, Wendy Elizabeth Abraham)." —

“…disturbing…an in-depth examination of how far one friendship can go.” —LAWeekly

Featuring Luke Baybak, Tony Williams and Wendy Elizabeth Abraham.

Fathers at a Game was a finalist in Moving Arts’ Premiere One-Act Competition.

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production team

diana woody *
co-producer/graphic artist
jenny gillett *
angel martinez *
graphic artist

* Fringe Veteran


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