TIM HODGINis playing Howie Newsome in "OUR TOWN" at the award-winning Actor's Co-Op Theatre, in the David Schall Theatre, in Hollywood.  This production of "OUR TOWN" is directed by Richard Israel and is getting rave reviews!! The play runs September 16 through October 23, with performances on Friday and Saturday nights and Sunday matinees.  Tickets can be bought on line at Actorsco-op.org.  

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Not one, not two, but THREE WALLIS AGENCY CLIENTS!!!  In order of appearance...BLAKE EVERETT, JEFFREY MOON and (the redhead) KATIE POWERS.

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WILL DIXON is now recurring on the hit TV series, "Scandal".  Need we say more...?

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LYNN ODELL  knocked 'em dead in "Kill Me Deadly"!  Hollywood Reporter says,  ". . .and Lynn Odell is a hoot as Charlie's loyal secretary who enthusiastically throws herself into the case and proves to be a far better detective than her boss."  Click here for the L.A. Times review.

In case you're wondering what Wallis Agency clients are up to in 2017 ​, click here!



 BOB McLEAN was a working fool in 2015.  Check it out!

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​​December 2015

Some great news from actress/singer/composer, 
"My Christmas show, "Gift of the Magi - The Musical",  has been published! Heuer Publishing has added it to their 3 catalogs! So hopefully, the show will be performed in multiple venues next holiday season. Unfortunately,it's too late for anything to happen for it this year. Interested parties can read all about it & listen to the music at 
http://www.hitplays.com/default.aspx?pg=sl&stc=MU&cl=Musicals and at our website http://www.giftofthemagithemusical.com."

Note:  Blake and I saw this show last year and it's a real winner!  Way to go, Bev!

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December, 2015 - January 17, 2016​

Long time Wallis client ROBERT AXELROD has just been cast in The Group Repertory’s stage production of LOVIN’ FEELIN’, the story of the singing duo THE RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS.  Axelrod will play Dusty Hanvey, road manager to the Brothers in the later part of their career.  Axelrod will also be playing bass guitar in the backing band.  LOVIN’ FEELIN’ opens December 11th, 2015 and plays through January 17th, 2016.

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November 13-December 20

LYNN ODELL and a remarkable cast present "RIO HONDO" ​at Theatre of Note, in Hollywood. Check out these reviews:  L.A.WEEKLY,  STAGE RAW,  STAGE SCENE L.A.

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                                                              MARBREY STEWARD  (left) and J.C.HENNING co-starring in the very funny "Timeshare", at the Eclectic Theatre Company.

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SNL WATCH OUT!  Sketch comedy/improv gal, JORDAN MANNwrote, produced and (of course!) starred in

a wild and crazy video.  Click here, but be prepared to pee your panties!

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October, 2015

JC HENNING just wrapped principal photography as MADDIE in "SALTY DISH", for director

Zijun Xiao. This Post-Apocalyptic horror story is scheduled for an October 2016 release date.  

Here's a shot of JC in this unrecognizable role:

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October, 2015

Curry or Curé?  Doesn't matter to TIM HODGIN.  He's played 'em both at the venerable Actors Co-Op, in Hollywood.

Tim is currently playing MONSIEUR LE CURÉ (the town Priest) in a remarkable production of  THE BAKER'S WIFE at the Actor's C0-Op, directed by Richard Israel.  The musical runs for six week-ends, 20 performances from 18 September through 25 October.

The Co-op won the 2013 Best Musical (Intimate Theatre) OVATION for 110 IN THE SHADE in which Tim played H.C. CURRY.

Tim Hodgin (Rev Chrisparkle) and his fellow cast mates from the Actor's Co-Op production of THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD are nominated for an OVATION award for Best Musical Musical 2014 (Intimate Theatre).  

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August, 2015 

PAT LACH is currently appearing as DAME HANNAH  in Gilbert and Sullivan's gothic comedy "RUDDIGORE", at Alpen Dairy Opera House, in Portland, OR.  The production is moving to:

​October 30 - November 1

Multnomah Arts Center

Pat left the wilds of Hollywood several years ago (don't worry - she's only a short plane ride away and is still available for work in L.A.), little knowing that her new life in Portland would keep her so perpetually busy as the fine actress she is.  For example. . .

She is a reader for two playwright groups in Portland: P-town Playwrights and Nameless Playwrights.  
Most Fridays will find her using her performing skills at the Gate Lodge of Pittock Mansion, telling the stories of the Chauffer and Estate Steward families, resident employees of the famous Henry Pittock family.