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    You say you want a Revolution? The story of this country's struggle for independence is told with a fresh slant and theatrical inventiveness. As Thomas Jefferson struggles to find the right words to frame a nation, a young Quaker must weigh his desire to participate in the struggle against his pacifist beliefs.

    Recorded before an audience at UCLA's James Bridges Theater in March 2017.

    Directed by Martin Jarvis

    Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg

    Rosalind Ayres as Martha/Nelly Rose

    Nate Corddry as Christian

    Ellis Greer as Betty

    Gregory Harrison as Carl/Thomas Jefferson

    Lovensky Jean-Baptiste as James Hemmings

    Ifan Meredith as Harry/Jim Madison

    Darren Richardson as Daniel/George Mason/M. Perrault

    Emily Swallow as Louisa/Imogen

    Inger Tudor as Susannah/Sally

    Additional chorus roles performed by the cast

    Associate Artistic Director, Anna Lyse Erikson. Recording Engineer, Sound Designer, and Mixer, Mark Holden for The Invisible Studios, West Hollywood. Senior Radio Producer, Ronn Lipkin. Foley Artist, Jonathan Kells Phillips. Production Manager, Katie Friesen. Editor, Mitchell Lindskoog.

    ©2015 Timberlake Wertenbaker (P)2017 L.A. Theatre Works

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    • Russell Bernard
    • 12/03/2018

    Disappointing

    I have enjoyed many of the L. A. Theaters productions in the past, I loved the Norman Corwin play The Rivalry and was hoping this would be as good. Nope, this was confusing and uninspiring to say the least. I thought the modern reverences to the Obama's was stupid for a piece that was supposed to be historical drama. I found it a bit tiresome that all the characters were hypocrites in some way or the other.

    Skip this play and find a different one to inspire you.