ecstasy and the ice queen

The Club

October 24 - November 2, 2008
Friday & Saturday at 10:00pm
Sunday at 5:30pm

***10/31 - If you come in a Halloween costume, you'll get $10 ticket!!!***

Tickets $20

Written and Performed by Justine Moore
Developed and Directed by Frederick Johntz

Justine Moore (BROADWAY: Theatre Grottesco FILM: Chatroom, Passionfish TV: Wanted, Las Vegas, Crossing Jordan, Charmed) portrays 11 different characters throughout this story.  Each unwittingly contributes to the raison d'être for the Ice Queen’s transformation and coming of age.  A unique turning point, the understanding of trust and friendship, opens this closed mind (and heart) of youthful rebellion.  The results change the course of a life once lost in dismal despair.

This comedy, disguised as high drama, reflects the anguish of adolescents, and the survival instincts of a teenager in crisis. Justine Moore brings eleven characters to life with non-stop action.  The Ice Queen stumbles upon the truth she never searched for, and discovers a kinder side of a civilization she never trusted.   

This production is directed and developed by Frederick Johntz (Film: TOAST which won a CINE Golden Eagle; concert video TALKING LOUD with Ray Mansarek and Jim Carroll; Development support: MEN OF HONOR; THE DAY REAGAN WAS SHOT, Theatre: SECOND HAND at the Actors Gang) is slated to direct “DECEPTION”.

 “Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive”…Anais Nin

“Ecstasy and the Ice Queen” has garnered a nomination for the Ovation, LA Weekly & ADA Awards in the Solo Performance Category; Critic’s Choice of the LA Times; Recommended by Metro LA, LA Weekly, KCLA, Flavorpill LA; a rave review in Variety and final consideration in the Sundance Theatre Lab.

"Richly humane and beautifully performed, "Ecstasy" ends on a transcendent note that will floor you. "

"In a Performance tour de force, scripter-thespian Justine Moore displays an awe-inspiring ability..."

"Moore demonstrates a facility for vocal nuance...The writing is sharp and darkly humorous.”

"Moore's flawless performance and uncanny ability to transform completely into each character brings this one home."

"Sets a new standard for the one-person entertainments." 
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