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L.A. Theatre Works performs “The Busy World Is Hushed” February 7-11 at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles February 1, 2007

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Live sound effects performed by Tony Palermo 

WEST COAST PREMIERE! Starring Golden Globe, Emmy and Academy Award® nominee Jill Clayburgh and the original New York cast. With wisdom, humor and insight, The Busy World is Hushed examines the contradictions we find in our faith, our families and ourselves. Hannah, a widowed Episcopal minister, is hoping to translate a long-lost gospel when she is challenged by both her scholarly assistant and her wayward gay son. But when family secrets are revealed, only the intercession of a stranger can help Hannah find peace. Variety calls Busy World “dramatically and emotionally absorbing.”

Meet-The-Artist discussion follows Saturday performance.

One of the show’s artists is Tony Palermo. Tony performs live sound effects for “The Busy World is Hushed” and is an award-winning radio drama artist and educator. He’s worked for the United Nations, public radio, audiobooks, theaters, museums, schools and colleges across the world. He’s also agreed to share his thoughts on radio drama in an upcoming “Three Questions” interview.

To attend “The Busy World is Hushed” at the Skirball Cultural Center, call the L.A. Theatre Works’ box office at 310.827.0889 or visit the L.A. Theatre Works website.

To read Tony’s “Three Questions” interview, stay connected with Lit Between the Ears.

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