“The Manor”: Part of L.A. Theater History

B.H. Greystone Mansion3

Greystone Park and Mansion in Beverly Hills, with its impeccably landscaped English gardens, spectacular views of the city, and Tudor-style architecture, was the estate of oil tycoon Edward R. Doheny. A fictionalized story by Kathrine Bates has become a summer theatrical fixture, retelling the family tragedy of Doheny’s involvement in the Teapot Dome scandal and his son’s murder.

Theatre 40’s critically-acclaimed, iconic drama of history, mystery, mayhem, and intrigue, returns to the scene of the original crime. Audiences are again snooping behind actors through several ornately decorated rooms of Greystone’s first floor as murder, madness and murky secrets are revealed. Its memories of past enigmas make Greystone an ideal summer destination for a grand performance of “The Manor.”

Back for a record 11th consecutive year, “The Manor” continues as one of the most dynamic productions in L.A. theater history.

WHEN: August 15-16, 29-30 @ 6 pm; 17, 31 @ 1 pm

WHERE: Greystone Park, 905 Loma Vista Drive, Beverly Hills

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