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Planet A 

Venezia Productions with Topanga Actors Company presents: Planet A: A Benefit for the Alzheimer’s Association’s “The Longest Day.”  

Afternoon performances at the Topanga Library will take place on June 18 and 19. Tickets are $25. Advance tickets only, no door sales. Book through Brown Paper Tickets: https://planeta.brownpapertickets.com. Planet A will also be streaming on Broadway on Demand, June 21-30. 

Planet A is about the inner world of Alzheimer’s, a topic in the back of everyone’s mind that no one wants to think about. Planet A will make you think again – in ways you’ve

never expected. This social drama unlocks the voices of those who visit and reside in this realm, through an interwoven narrative of monologues and dialogue. Ten actors playing multiple roles witness the secrets, thoughts, revelations and frustrations of past lives and present realities of persons with Alzheimer’s, their professional caregivers, and family members.

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