Victoria Rabitcheff
Wayne Stribling Jr.
WAYNE STRIBLING, JR. (Man) When he took his first acting class in 2000, Wayne knew acting was his calling. After 22 plays and one musical (9 weeks as an understudy for Xanadu at the La Jolla Playhouse), he is playing his most challenging role yet in Closet Land. Wayne has also been performing improv for almost two years, so he's happy to get back to drama. He's a veteran of web series as well, playing characters like Colin Powell and OJ Simpson. Wayne hosts a one hour rock and roll show every Friday at 12:00PM on the web, at Tune in and you're likely to hear his impersonations of Yoda, Blll Cosby, Mike Tyson, Shaquille O'Neal, and the ex-Governator, among others. Come see Closet Land, and maybe after the show you can talk him into showing off his many voices and characters,

In an unnamed country, at an unknown time, a man claiming to be a government agent relentlessly interrogates a young woman. The charge is that her children's books contain hidden messages against the state. Despite her claims of innocence, his methods gradually grow more ruthless… until her only way of escape is a retreat into her imagination and past.

The Visceral Company is proud to present Radha Bharadwaj's intense story of people trapped by both a totalitarian regime and their own secrets, adapted by the playwright from her acclaimed 1991 film.


VICTORIA RABICHEFF (Woman) Victoria is very excited to be working with The Visceral Company again, this being her third collaboration with them. She previously appeared in Tales To Die For in "My Sexy Doll" (Doll) and "Routine Procedure" (Phlebotomist) and was Assistant Director for the LA premiere of The Revenants. Past credits include She Loves Me (Illona), Halfway There (Mandy), and Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey). Recently, she's become a member of Theater West, Los Angeles. She feels very fortunate to have been a part of this production and hopes to continue working with The Visceral Company in the future!

by Radha Bharadwaj
directed by John McCormick
Victoria Rabitcheff & Wayne Stribling, Jr

Friday and Saturday Evenings at 8pm
June 17 - July 23


"Has everything a mystery-thriller needs... leaves you squirming in your chair." - (full review)
"An intimate journey into nightmare... a riveting evening of provocative intellectual horror." - (full review)


You can break my body,
but you cannot break my mind
NoHo Stages
4934 N. Lankershim Blvd,
Los Angeles, 91601 (Map)

2011 LA WEEKLY AWARD NOMINEE David Sousa, Lighting Design

"GO" - LA Weekly - (full review)

"An intense and intimate tale of physical and psychological torture... Horrifying." - Backstage (full review)
"Brings a frighteningly dark story to life in a way that might be all too real." - Tolucan Times (full review)