ARTS Pick: St. Nicholas

Michael McGee stars in Conor McPherson’s St. Nicholas, a one-man show about a jaded theater critic who’s obsession with an actress leads him into the cold, soulless world of vampires who challenge his selfish ways. Publicity photo Michael McGee stars in Conor McPherson’s St. Nicholas, a one-man show about a jaded theater critic who’s obsession with an actress leads him into the cold, soulless world of vampires who challenge his selfish ways. Publicity photo

Michael McGee stars in Conor McPherson’s St. Nicholas, a one-man show about a jaded theater critic who’s obsession with an actress leads him into the cold, soulless world of vampires who challenge his selfish ways. The Los Angeles Times says McGee, who initally performed the play on the West Coast, uses “perfectly inflected cadences [to] sweep us up in McPherson’s signature combination of Irish gift for gab and intricate, tightly paced narrative form.” The role also earned McGee a nomination for an LA Weekly Theater Award for Best Solo Performance.

Friday, October 13. $10-15, 8pm. Gorilla Theater Productions, 1717 Allied Ln., Ste B. gorillatheaterproductions.com

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