Press Release: Ken Levine’s Going Going Gone is Coming to LowellArts

Emmy Award-winning writer Ken Levine wrote this year's production of Going Going Gone.

We received the following press release from LowellArts about their latest production. Ken Levine also wrote last’s year production of Our Time, and you can read our review of that performance for more information on Levine and his comedic style.


LOWELL, MI, June 28, 2019 – The LowellArts Players presents GOING GOING GONE, set in the press box of a major Los Angeles baseball stadium. This is a hilarious yet poignant new comedy from Emmy Award-winning writer (M*A*S*H*, Cheers, The Simpsons) (and 8-year host of popular radio show ‘Dodger Talk’), Ken Levine.

The performances are at LowellArts Gallery, 223 W Main St, Lowell, MI 49331 on July 26, 27, 28 (matinee), August 2, and 3. Friday and Saturday shows are at 7:00pm and the Sunday show is at 2:00pm. Tickets: $12 in advance, and $14 at the door. Advance tickets available at or by calling 616-897-8545.

The play, presented in association with Public Domain, is a West Michigan premiere and depicts four sports journalists who have life changing experiences during the course of one game. The cast includes Brent Alles as Jim, Allison Kavanaugh as Shana, Chris Marsh as Dennis, and Ricardo Tavárez as Mason.

The world of baseball is one where the past is often more cherished than the present and is the perfect subtext for this hilarious journey. Directed by Rob Freund.

More information is available at the LowellArts website.

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