THE GOOD DOCTOR AND DEAR MASTER
Scenic Design of The Good Doctor by Neil Simon & Anthon Chekhov, Directed by James Rice and Dear Master by Dorothy Bryant, Directed by Branda Lock.
One set for 2 shows:
The Good Doctor
A writer suffering from writer’s block presents us with a series of witty tales of human eccentricity and frailty in Neil Simon’s take on Anton Chekhov. From an overzealous dentist to the sneezing fit of a government clerk, an entrepreneurial tramp and a mother cheating her governess’ pay.
A dialogue in letters between two 19th century French writers: Gustave Flaubert (author of the groundbreaking Madame Bovary) and George Sand (the romantic novelist who published more than 100 books in her lifetime).
Scenic Design: Merve Caydere Dobai
Lighting Design: Donny Jacson
Photo credit: Donny Jackson
Little Fish Theatre. San Pedro, CA.