You Can Call Me Eve is a drama done in a somewhat narrative fashion looking back on the life of a young woman and the events that shaped her life as she is now a mature woman.
Issues of love, loss, family, faith, sins, secrets, and sexuality play out through the decades of her life as she looks back to her younger self and the key people in her life who are now gone. She examines the roles they played, the people they were, and her relations with them, both sweet and sad.
Michael Coulombe pens a powerful story that is often times poetic and flowing in its narrative of a woman who feels a name change now better reflects her real self.
You Can Call Me Eve stars a fine cast that includes Marina Palmier, Henry Alberto, Natalie Camunas, Misha Gonz-Cirkl, Alex Rodrigo, Peter DiVito, Carlos Joseph, and Mike McAleer.
Under the direction of Hector Rodriguez, the show flows easily between the past and the present. The show is produced by Wil Bowers and John Lant with lighting design by Mark Baker.
You Can Call Me Eve is staging at the Write Act Repertory Theatre located at 6128 Yucca St. in Hollywood on the campus of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church Thursday–Saturday evenings at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 4 p.m. through Dec. 18. Admission is $20 cash at the door, discount rate for seniors/ students/groups of four plus.