Hawthorne, CA – May 18, 2015 - Producer Jason Gromski and Writer/Director Adam Scott Weissman announce the up-and-coming play Might as Well Live is adding a onetime only performance in California’s South Bay, in addition to its run at the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Based on four hilarious and heartbreaking stories by famed author Dorothy Parker, the show will have a single performance on Sunday, June 14th at 3:00 PM at Gallery H at Phantom Galleries LA, 12619 Hawthorne Blvd., Hawthorne, CA 90250. A minimum donation of $5 is recommended for entry.
About Phantom Galleries LA (PGLA)
Phantom Galleries LA (PGLA) revitalizes and energizes communities and pedestrian thoroughfares by transforming unoccupied properties throughout Los Angeles County into vibrant cultural hubs through the public presentation of art. Gallery H is a project of the PGLA stART up program. Contact: Gallery Director, Gloria Plascencia at firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: (310) 869-4992.
For more information, and to reserve tickets, please visit our Facebook Page (Facebook.com/mightaswelllive) or the Eventbrite Page (http://www.eventbrite.com/e/might-as-well-live-stories-by-dorothy-parker-tickets-17025128618?aff=PressRelease).
About The Hawthorne Economic Development Council
The Hawthorne Economic Development Council is a non-profit organization in the City of Hawthorne composed of a cross-section of Hawthorne’s community stakeholders whose mission is to assist in the expansion of the economy of the city.