Los Angeles: Chaz Bono Debuts In First Major Dramatic Role In “Proof”

Los Angeles: Chaz Bono Debuts In First Major Dramatic Role In “Proof”
Chaz Bono in Proof for the Noisy Nest Theatre Company
(photo: Amanda Bird)

Showing no fear of new hills to climb, Chaz Bono appears in his first major dramatic stage role as “Robert” in the David Auburn play Proof for the Noisy Nest Theatre Company in Los Angeles through April 12th.

David Auburn’s Tony Award-winning play Proof tells the story of Catherine, who has spent the past years of her life caring for her father, Robert. Robert has not only passed down his aptitude for mathematics, but may have also passed down a form of mental instability.

Upon her Robert’s death, Catherine faces a journey beyond grief. She, alongside her estranged sister Claire and her father’s former pupil, Hal, aim to find value and answers in the mathematician’s 103 notebooks.

Bono has spent years studying acting, telling People Magazine, “People don’t think of me as a trained actor. This is really all I’ve been doing lately, trying to get out there and get seen by people – one person at a time.”

The play runs from March 20th to April 12th at the Lounge Theatres at 6201 Santa Monica Blvd in Los Angeles. Performances are 8PM on Fridays and Saturdays, and 2PM on Sundays.

Purchase tickets online here.
$25 General Admission
$15 Students