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The Sequence
World Premiere by Paul Mullin
Directed by John Langs
October 11 - November 09, 2008

In the fierce competition to sequence the human genome, will the grand prize be the public good or the private profit?  And in the midst of the frenzied race to determine what makes a human being, how will three people-- each in hot pursuit of scientific discovery and enduring fame-- discover their own humanity?  This unpredictably hilarious true story depicts the double-talk and double-cross in the pursuit of double-stranded DNA.




Featuring Hugo Armstrong, Karri Krause, William Salyers

Scenic Design Gary Smoot

Costume Design Diane Graebner

Lighting Design Jose Lopez

Sound Design Robin Broad

Props Nick Santiago

Video Design Jason Thompson

Assistant Director Jen Kays

Casting Raul Staggs

Production Stage Manager Jaclyn Kalkhurst

Publicist Aldrich & Associates

Key Art Christopher Komuro

Production Photographer Ed Krieger 

“Takes audiences along on [a] thrilling dash.”   -Arroyo Monthly

“Very, very funny.”   -Pasadena Star News Blog

“Flashy and ambitious…sharply executed.”   -LA Times

Stylishly and imaginatively realized by director John Langs and potently delivered by three fine actors.”   -Backstage

Dazzling stage technology…gorgeous motion picture elements.  All three of the performers are engaging and talented.”   -Edge

“In a very pleasing twist of expectations, some fiercely human, comic moments make for breathtaking dramatic tension.  Fascinating, rapid-fire entertainment.”   -LA Weekly

“The show works…brilliantly—instances where Vetner and Collins connect are riveting, and the fact that the story really happened helps engage.”   -CurtainUp Los Angeles

Compelling, even thought-provoking theater…The engaging characters, the high drama, the questions of political and economic expediency, the concerns about the future wrought by the discoveries made will give everyone who sees the play plenty to chew over as they leave."   -Pasadena Star

“Hilarious…the cast is excellent.  Sparks fly as we witness the excitement of a great scientific discovery…a thoroughly enjoyable evening at the theatre.”   -Blog Critics

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