Lodestone Theatre Ensemble will be putting on their farewell production with Grace Kim & the Spiders from Mars. Written by Philip W. Chung and directed by Jeff Liu, this show was specifically written to be the last show for Lodestone’s tenth and final season. I can’t believe Lodestone will be retired for good after this run. If you live in the greater Los Angeles area, I would add watching Grace Kim & the Spiders from Mars to your “must-watch” list and get your hiney to Burbank.
The play is about a young Korean American woman, who withdraws from the world after the death of her mother. Things go topsy turvy when she falls in love with her sister’s fiancé.
Tickets for opening night, November 14, are sold out, but you can catch their other showings. The play runs through December 20 and they’ve slashed ticket prices to their low 1999 rates to celebrate their 10th and final year.
Whether you’ve seen a Lodestone production or not in the past, this is your final chance to see them and say farewell to this long-time fixture in L.A. theatre. We’ll be keeping an eye out on the masterminds behind Lodestone– we know they’ll have new endeavors– but until then, don’t miss the final Lodestone production.
Visit their website for more information on their final show.