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“Wicked Lit – Night at the Mausoleum” LA theater report

Artwork by Jeff G. Rack

Artwork by Jeff G. Rack

Unbound Productions is proud to present Wicked Lit Night at the Mausoleum.

This promises to be a fun-filled evening at Mountain View Mausoleum to support Wicked Lit 2012.


Poker Tournament

Shootout Style Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament
– Strict limited of 50 players
– Prizes for top 8 places


Play Readings

(Including spoofs of two Wicked Lit plays)

Staged readings of classic Wicked Lit plays:
– Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Young Goodman Brown
– W. W. Jacobs’ The Monkey’s Paw

Staged readings of some unWicked spoofs of Wicked Lit plays:
– Casting the Runes: A Drawing Room Comedy
– The Body Snatcher – the untold love story


Pick’em Game

(Prizes for all contestants)
– For a small donation, patrons are guaranteed great prizes!
– Items include Blurays and DVDs, $5 gift cards from local retailers, movie tickets and much more
– Donors will also have a chance to win Wicked Lit tickets, a season membership to the Pasadena Museum of History and other excellent prizes

Silent Auction

(Lots of prizes to bid on)
– Tickets to IRIS from Cirque du Soleil at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood + dinner
– Tickets to the Opening Night of Jekyll and Hyde at the Pantages theatre + dinner
– A private VIP tour of the newly renovated Fenyes Mansion for 10 guests + champagne reception
– Many more items to be announced!

Cash Bar & Lots of Food


Plus the line up for Wicked Lit 2012 will be announced and tickets will be available before being released to the general public.

Saturday, August 18, 2012 at 6pm onwards.

Admission is limited to only 150 people max

Poker tournament ~ $40 buy-in (50 max)*

General admission ~ $20 (100 max)*

Make your reservations now before it fills up!

For complete information go here or call 818-242-7910



Pauline Adamek
Pauline Adamek
Pauline Adamek is a Los Angeles-based arts enthusiast with eighteen years' experience covering International Film Festivals and reviewing new Theatre, Film and Restaurants.

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