Sixty Minutes from L.A.Antelope Valley Press

The play takes place in the living room of former high school cheerleader Lori’s childhood home. A group of former classmates are planning their 10-year reunion. Copies of the Antelope Valley High School yearbook “Yucca” are visible on the coffee table, but the memories they evoke for these characters is lost friendship, lost opportunity and the unhealed wounds.

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Daily Breeze

Now he’s (Stephen’s) adding another hat, one fraught with complications: that of producer-director on a play written by his wife, in which they both star. Complicated for some, perhaps, but Nichols says not for him.

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Los Angeles Times

…most of the actors are distinctive, beginning with Nichols’ briar patch of a performance

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Daily Variety

Television soap star Stephen Nichols has decided to add to his workload by directing a new Waiver show, “Sixty Minutes from L.A.,” written by his wife, Lisa Nichols.

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Variety

A la “The Big Chill” and “Return Of The Secaucus Seven,” play by first-time playwright Lisa Nichols who also stars, centers on four women in their 20s who reunite to plan their 10th high school reunion.

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