News for January/February 2006:


LONG BEACH, CA -- International City Theatre has announced its 2006 season at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center. The company has been producing plays for twenty years.

Kicking off the new year (Feb. 10-March 12) is Jesus' Kid Brother by Brian and Mark Karmelich, directed by Jules Aaron. The zany musical describes what it's like to grow up in the shadow of a famous sibling--in this case, Jesus Christ. On top of that, the younger brother Larry has an inferiority complex of biblical proportions.

Other plays on the ICT slate include the West Coast premiere of Tracey Scott Wilson's prize-winning drama about race, journalism and the truth, The Story; the West Coast premiere of last year's Humana Festival triumph, A Nervous Smile by John Bellusco; Ken Ludwig's new adaptation of the classic screwball comedy Twentieth Centry;, a revival of Ronald Harwood's The Dresser; and ICT's annual circus version of Dickens' A Christmas Carol.

For tickets and information call 562-436-4610 or visit

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