All This Intimacy Premieres October 21st


TICKETS ON SALE NOW!


LOS ANGELES, CA, October 5, 2021 — Theatre of Arts, Hollywood's longest-running acting conservatory, today announced its first live production since COVID-19 shut down LA theatre, the hilarious edgy comedy "All This Intimacy" by Rajiv Joseph. Starring Garrett North, Dada Doe, Sarah Fanous, Taylor Holder, Lyrik Johnson, and Kylie Thomas, "All This Intimacy" is directed by veteran TOA acting instructor Claire Jacobs and will run October 21st - 30th at The Complex Hollywood on Santa Monica Boulevard.


"All This Intimacy" is the story of Ty Greene, an average guy writing teacher who's suddenly dumbstruck to find himself an expectant father of three – via three different women! As Ty's pregnant lovers (a married middle-aged neighbor, an ex, and his teenaged student) become aware of one another and converge to confront him, the sorry state of Ty's life snaps into focus, and he struggles to find of a path forward and get back on track. The New York Times credits "All This Intimacy" with a comedic "can't-look-away pull".


David Conolly, Director of Education for Theatre of Arts comments, “We couldn't be more delighted to be returning to staging live performances! "All This Intimacy" is our first in-person show since 2019, and our first-ever in our new home at The Complex Hollywood.”


Director Claire Jacobs adds, "'All This Intimacy' is a funny, thought-provoking play about relationships that feels especially relevant as we all return to living our lives in the real world. I am thrilled to be directing this amazing cast of actors – all of whom are students or alumni of Theatre of Arts. We can't wait to welcome back live audiences to experience our drama conservatory's incredible talent in action!"


For more information on “All This Intimacy”, visit TOA.edu/live. Advance tickets are on sale now via Eventbrite. Full COVID-19 safety protocols will be in effect for all performances.

Theatre of Arts is owned and operated by Campus Hollywood, a unique alliance of entertainment industry-related schools and companies linking students, educators and professionals into a thriving arts community based in the heart of Hollywood, California.


CONTACT:

David Conolly, Director of Education

Theatre of Arts

e: davidlaw@toa.edu | p: ‪(323) 685-6196‬