Coachella Valley Repertory’s Theatre Thursdays presents: Luminary Matchup featuring Wesley Eure and Alison Arngrim. This event takes place on Thursday, February 4, 2021, at 7:00 PM PST via Zoom.
This matchup consists of an evening of insightful conversation between actors, Wesley Eure and Alison Arngrim. Eure will share stories of his acting career, including one of his most acclaimed roles as Will Marshall in Land of the Lost (1974-1976). Arngrim, will also share about her career experience in show business, and about her most notable role as the young Nellie Oleson in Little House on the Prairie (1974-1982). The evening will closeout with a Q & A session. To attend this one-hour free, virtual event, visit cvrep.org.
Wesley Eure is a writer and actor most notable for being the original Mike Horton on the soap-opera Days of Our Lives (1965) and the primitive Will Marshall in the children’s TV series, Land of the Lost. Other credits include: C.H.O.M.P.S (1979), CHiPs (1979-1980), TV Therapy (2020), The Fathers-In-Law (2020), Dragon Tales (1999-2005), and Spy TV (2001).Eure resides in Palm Springs, and in 2007, he was awarded a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars.
Alison Arngrim is an actor, comedian and New York Times Best Selling author. She is currently starring in two comedy series pilots: Life Interrupted, as the ex-wife of commercial child star Mason Reese, with Erin Murphy (Bewitched), and Dawn Wells (Gilligan’s Island). As a stand-up comedian, Alison has headlined at nightclubs such as the Laugh Factory, the Comedy Store and the Improv in Los Angeles; as well as the Laurie Beechman Theatre in New York and assorted comedy venues all across the United States and Canada.
To continue CVRep’s mission of providing educational, entertaining and thought-provoking presentations, CVRep is offering Theatre Thursdays, a weekly, virtual entertaining and learning opportunity. All presentations are offered via Zoom to observe social distancing guidelines.
Coachella Valley Repertory (CVRep) is an equity theater company, designated a Small Professional Theatre under the Actors’ Equity Association. CVRep is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to provide thought-provoking theatre of substance.