Tracey Paleo

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Tracey Paleo is Associate Editor at FootLights Magazine. She's also the Founder and Chief Editor of the arts and culture site, Gia On The Move, where she often reviews live performance events.

ISC Announces New Board Member

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Press Release Los Angeles Independent Shakespeare Co. (ISC) announces that Halle Stanford has been unanimously elected to the board of directors. A nine-time Emmy-nominated children’s television producer, Stanford joined The Jim Henson Company in 1993 and holds the position of Executive Vice President, Children’s Entertainment. She has developed and produced many well-known properties for The Jim Henson Company including Sid the Science Kid, Dinosaur Train, ...

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Rare Vonnegut Comes To Sacred Fools

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Ben Rock (Blair Witch Project, Alien Raiders, Baal, Occupation, Taste) laying out his Sirens of Titan Show & Tell – script, program, tattered teen tome and set design specs – was like discovering ancient artifacts that were going to change the course of human history. “I brought some visual aids to show you. One of them is the original script that I got from the ...

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Kennedy Center College Theatre Awards

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9 Awards in total were presented to works in Northern and Southern California schools including University of Southern California, University of California, Irvine, Los Angeles City College Theatre Academy, Glendale College, Fresno City College, and American River College. Press Release: The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts today announced the national awardees for the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF). Selected awardees ...

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Little Fish Theatre Updated 2017 Season

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Little Fish Theatre has announced new dates for the remainder of the company’s 2017 Season. Due to this winter’s record rainstorms, the theatre was forced to go dark in order to complete emergency electrical repairs. As a result, the original performance schedule was reconfigured. Quartet was moved to the 2018 Season lineup, but all other productions will commence in the 2017 calendar year. The Los ...

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Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum 2017 Season

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Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum rises up and speaks out with a summer line-up of socially conscious classic and contemporary plays, music and performance. The 2017 summer season at the company’s unique outdoor setting in Topanga will offer five mainstage productions in rotating repertory as well as a host of satellite events, June 3 through October 1, 2017. “Each of the plays emphasizes how critical it ...

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LADCC 2016 Awards Recipients

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The Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle announced the recipients of its 48th annual awards for distinguished achievement in theatre on Monday evening, March 20, at the Colony Theatre in Burbank. Four 2016 productions received plaques: A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder at the Ahmanson Theatre; Cloud 9 at Antaeus Theatre Company; Disgraced at the Mark Taper Forum; and The Boy from Oz at Celebration ...

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Jorge Sciupac Joins LATC As Managing Director

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PRESS RELEASE LOS ANGELES (March 20, 2017) — Following an extensive search, Jorge Sciupac has been chosen as managing director of both The Los Angeles Theatre Center and the Latino Theater Company. The Latino Theater Company has operated the City-owned Los Angeles Theatre Center since 2006. Sciupac will oversee the development and execution of the LATC’s strategic plan and manage day-to-day theater operations, sales and ...

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Native American Voices at The Autry

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Native Voices at the Autry Museum in Los Angeles, CA is giving a loud voice to the stories of Native American people in Fairly Traceable a romantic dramedy, currently being presented as a world premiere, written by Mary Kathryn Nagle, Cherokee citizen, playwright and partner at Pipestem Law, a firm specializing in the sovereignty of Native tribes and peoples. The story follows two law students ...

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24th Street Theatre Among TCG Grant Recipients

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The sixteen projects supported by the latest round of Audience (R)Evolution Travel Grants aim to connect with Deaf and Latinx audiences, reach Middle Eastern and Muslim communities, engage with refugees and those in addiction recovery, and more.  TCG Awards $114,470 for Audience (R)Evolution Travel Grant Recipients. Local Los Angeles theater companies 24th Street Theatre and Latino Theater Company will benefit among them. PRESS RELEASE New ...

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There’s No Place Like Home

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Creating a home in the arts is a common occurrence. The camaraderie and shared experiences. Common ground and common goals. Hours and hours spent talking, planning, designing and performing. Building something that will last. It’s no surprise that any kid on his or her own might be drawn to all that dynamic energy and open creativity. For Road Theatre Company Resident Director Andre Barron, theater ...

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