“RECOMMENDED . . . a delight, a deft and witty comedy that recalls vintage Neil Simon.”—Stage Raw
“A charming, at times funny, well-acted play about retaining cultural traditions.”—Guardian Liberty Voice
“Explores themes of tradition and identity . . . with plenty of jokes and unexpected occurrences.”—Hollywood Soapbox
“Family friendly, and the ticket price includes admission to the Autry Museum of the American West. Add a picnic and you’ve got a day of entertainment.”—Los Angeles Times (Note: The play includes some profanity.)
Edward Anaya makes all the calls in the pueblo—well, he calls the numbers at the senior center's bimonthly bingo. But college acceptance letters kick-start an identity crisis: Who will Edward be if he leaves home and bingo behind? Like Ferris Bueller if he lived in a pueblo, Edward knows just what to say until romantic rejection, family antics, and community pressures leave him tongue-tied. New playwright Dillon Chitto brings the pueblo to the American theatre in this hilarious new play about tradition in a fast-changing world. >More Details on Bingo Hall at TheAutry.org
Save big! Autry members receive free admission to preview nights and 60% off regular performances. A limited number of early-bird tickets are available for each performance.
Bingo!Saturday, March 17As a special treat, the Autry will host a round of bingo in the cafe before doors open for the 8:00 p.m. performance.
Museum AdmissionBingo Hall tickets include museum admission to the Autry during the month of March. Present your Eventbrite ticket for complimentary admission. Offer valid March 1-31, 2018, for general museum admission only (no special events) during regular museum hours.
DiningThe Autry's Crossroads West Cafe will offer a limited menu before and after matinee performances, and from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. prior to evening performances. Beer, wine, and light dinner fare will be available for purchase.
Phone: 323.495.4354Online: TheAutry.org/NativeVoices
Friday, Mar. 163:00 am - 5:00 am