Meet the Crew of I’d Kill for a Parking Place

Meet the Crew of I’d Kill for a Parking Place

I'd Kill for a Parking Place
Debbie Baumann (Director) began her interest in the performing arts with her talent in ballet and expanded to acting in theater during high school. Taking on directing was a natural fit for Debbie as she has always wanted to be a teacher. The play that brought her back to the stage after many years was Valley Players' very first production, The Lover by Harold Pinter. She hopes she can continue this momentum as a board member of Valley Players, actor and director. Thanks, as always, to her ever so knowledgeable and talented daughter, April, for her unabridged comments and direction. April Vincak (Assistant Director) received her J.D. from the University of San Francisco School of Law and, as most of you know, that can be a bit of an acting…
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Meet the Cast of I’d Kill for a Parking Place!

Meet the Cast of I’d Kill for a Parking Place!

I'd Kill for a Parking Place
Here is the talented cast, in alphabetical order! Tesia Bell (Ruth Sampson, Marsha Collins, Mrs. Horowitz, Sheila Green) is a Bay Area native who was first introduced to theater in high school. She would go on to study Managerial Economics at the University of California, Davis. Although her career took a different path, her love for acting never stopped and soon called her back to the stage. She has appeared in 3Girls Theatre’s 7th Annual New Works Festival, Utopia Theatre Project’s Dêmos Krátos Theátro, Women of Words’ production of HeLa as Deborah, and Lynea Hagen Diaz’s production of The Education of Addy Jimenez as Nadege. She would like to thank her boyfriend and family for all their support. She is very excited to be a part of this production and…
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I’d Kill for a Parking Place

I’d Kill for a Parking Place

I'd Kill for a Parking Place
Long-time Napa resident, Jerry Levitin presents his original play, I'd Kill for a Parking Place, April 12 - 27, 2019 at the Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theater in Yountville. Showtimes are Fridays at 7 pm and Saturdays at 2 pm and 7pm. Get your tickets here! Who-dun-it? See if you can figure out who’s the killer before the detective does! After a series of killings, a new homicide detective seeks advice from an experienced criminal attorney, now a Traffic Judge only to find that the Judge may be the murderer. The usual suspects aren't so usual in this intricate plot of twists and turns with lots of comedy and a surprise ending. Highly regarded among his peers, Levitin had a successful criminal law practice in San Francisco…
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AUDITIONS for Jerry Levitin’s I’d Kill for a Parking Place

AUDITIONS for Jerry Levitin’s I’d Kill for a Parking Place

I'd Kill for a Parking Place, Join the Family
Monday and Tuesday, December 10 & 11 at 7 pm at the Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theater (100 California Dr., Yountville, CA 94599) Non AEA; Stipends available. Performances: Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, April 12 – 28, 2019 at the Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theater. Single Comedic monologue; be prepared to cold read from script. Download the audition form here! How many times have we contemplated murder after getting a parking ticket for a minor offense such as having our bumper a mere inch into the red? One-time traffic court judge Jerry Levitin presided over 200,000 citation protests in six years on the bench and draws upon his experiences for his uproarious play I'd Kill for a Parking Place. The whodunit's setup is familiar: A…
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