Greek-American playwright Steve Apostolina’s dark comedy “Forever Bound” will premiere in Los Angeles on May 11.
The play will be performed at the Atwater Village Theatre until June 16. Sankalpa Productions is staging the production.
Apostolina also stars in the play, as does French Stewart (“3rd Rock from the Sun”), Rob Nagle, and Emily Goss from the Pasadena Playhouse. Ann Hearn Tobolowsky will direct.
“Forever Bound” follows the story of a rare book dealer on the edge of bankruptcy trying to save his store. Apostolina adds, “suffice to say that in an attempt to save his dying business, the book dealer and his friend concoct a risky scheme that goes shockingly awry. Circumstances will ultimately challenge their moral compasses.”
Previously, he has scripted critically-acclaimed plays, including “Flight of the Penguin” and “The American Way”. “Flight of the Penguin” won the Drama-Logue Award for Writing, and was nominated for Best New Play by LA Weekly.
The playwright and actor also has TV credits in popular shows including “Revenge”, “ER”, and “Southland”.
If you are in the Los Angeles area in May and June, buy tickets for “Forever Bound”.