Experienced Actor and Creative Entertainment Consultant
Marguerite Fair and Kevin Dobson at the third staged reading for "Your Late Mother" presented at the Los Angeles Theatre Center and directed by Kevin Dobson.
At Marguerite's request, Kevin also read for "Jack Dowkowski"
November 5, 2011
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"YOUR LATE MOTHER" IN A YOU TUBE VIDEO
Your late mother remains the intellectual and copyrighted material of Marguerite A. Fair-Kosciewicz
MARGUERITE FAIR CREATOR AND WRITER FOR "YOUR LATE MOTHER"
Kevin Dobson collaborated with Marguerite Fair to restructure and edit Your Late Mother.
A play about the power of love to heal a broken family.
"Your Late Mother" is not just a play....
It is an experience!
KEVIN DOBSON HAS ANNOUNCED HIS DEPARTURE FROM THE PLAY
AS HE HAS MANY PREVIOUS COMMITMENTS.
HE WISHES MARGUERITE FAIR WELL WITH THE CONTINUED SUCCESS OF HER PLAY.
Marguerite is now working on a fundraiser called "Goddess Intervention" All funds will go toward the February 2014 presentation of "Your Late Mother."
Written, directed and produced by: Marguerite Fair
What happens when four Obsessive Goddesses take a journey down the road of self-realization?
You'll have to see the play to find out!
TWO SHOWS ONLY! Saturday, June 22, 2013 and Sunday, June 23, 2013
FOR MORE INFORMATION: WWW.GODDESSINTERVENTION.COM
Writer, Marguerite Fair playing the head Goddess "Luella Brooks" in "GoddessIntervention"
Left to right:
Jude Ciccolella, Kevin Dobson, Sheilah Grenham, Paul Carafotes, Katlin Shaner, Chip Carmella and Mark Gillespie.
Kevin Dobson has over forty years of experience in the entertainment industry. As a specialized and experienced Creative Entertainment Consultant, he can provide you with the tools to define your Acting Career Goals; and create your personal steps to excellence. Contact Kevin directly for more information about how he can help you to structure your personal potential to excel to the top of your game.
Kevin Dobson is a star of TV and films with decades of success and global awareness.
He received the People's Choice Awards for Best Actor and leading man, and came to prominence co-staring with Telly Savalas in TV's mega-hit, "Kojak." He also starred in CBS' "Shannon," and as Mack in the TV hit "Knots Landing," then in "F/X: The Series."
Kevin starred in 26 TV movies, including "Orpan Train," with Jill Eikenberry; "The Conviction of Kitty Dodd," with Veronica Hamel,
"A House of Secrets and Lies," with Connie Sellecca; "Transplant," with Melina Dillon; "Sweet Revenge," opposite Kelly McGillis, and
Alec Baldwin; "Money, Power, Murder," with Julianne Moore and Blythe Danner, and as TV's Mike Hammer in Mickey Spillane's
"Margin for Murder."
Among his theater credits, he toured with "The Impossible Years," understudied Jon Voight as Stanley in "Streetcar Named Desire," starring as Marc in the acclaimed comedy, "Art," and as captain von Trapp in "The Sound of Music," National tour of " Twelve Angry Men" Juror 10.
(Picture above/Kevin Dobson with Richard Thomas in Roundabout Theater Company's "Twelve Angry Men."
In motion pictures, Kevin starred with Gene Hackman and Barbara Streisand's husband in "All Night Long" and with Henry Fonda in "Midway."
A Veteran and former MP, Kevin was Chairman of the Salute to Hospitalized Veterans, for which he was recognized in the White House by President Bush (41) and received the Silver Helmut Award.
Kevin's newest project is "Your Late Mother" a feature stageplay that he has co-written and will direct. Presently
"Your Late Mother" is in the pre-production stage of development.