Set in 1941 during the weeks leading up to the attack on Pearl Harbor, and inspired by true events, playwright Laurel Wetzork imagines the relationship between African-American architect Paul Revere Williams (designer of landmark L.A. buildings including Saks Fifth Ave. and the Los Angeles County Courthouse, as well as private residences for Bert Lahr, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, and Frank Sinatra) and a wealthy American couple who employed him to design a compound and training ground for Nazi sympathizers in the Pacific Palisades. July 28 – Sept. 4; The Hudson Theatres, 6539 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90038; $25; 323-960-4412; www.blueprintforparadise.com.
The Athena Cats
How to Register?
For tix call (323) 960-4412; www.blueprintforparadise.com