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.

The Colony Theatre Unveils New Kids Summer Camp

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The Colony Theatre in Burbank has unveiled its new groundbreaking summer camp, C.R.E.A.T.E. The highly innovative camp is part of a new Colony Kids Programming Initiative. Colony Kids C.R.E.A.T.E. (Create. Really. Exciting. Art. Together. Everyday.) brings campers into the worlds of theatre and film. Over the course of six weeks (Monday–Friday, 8:30am–1:30pm), campers will experience what actually goes into staging a play and shooting a ...

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Newly Formed ‘Independent Theatres of Los Angeles’ To Hold Citywide Auditions

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Press Release Intimate theater companies in Los Angeles that have been denied membership status by Actors Equity Association, and/or find themselves financially unable to sign AEA’s new Los Angeles 99-Seat Theater Agreement, are banding together under the title “Independent Theatres of Los Angeles.” Sixteen theaters have joined ITLA to date, with more companies expected to become members soon. Under the auspices of ITLA, citywide auditions ...

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CTG To Hold ‘Into the Woods’ Open Cast Party

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On Saturday, May 13, 2017, following the 2 p.m. matinee performance of Fiasco Theater’s Into the Woods at the Ahmanson Theatre, Center Theatre Group will throw a cast party for all the Bakers and Witches, Cinderellas and Princes, Milky Whites, Little Red Riding Hoods, et al., who have ever appeared in a production of Into the Woods. With a pianist to play songs from Into ...

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Coeurage Theatre Company 2017 Season

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Coeurage Theatre Company Los Angeles’ Pay-What-You-Can  theater company (Jeremy Lelliott, Artistic Director; Nicole Monet, Executive Director), begins its eighth season with a slate of three plays. June 3–July 1, 2017 Nicky World Premiere Inspired by Anton Chekhov’s Ivanov Directed by Beth Lopes Nicky transforms the world of 1800s Russia into present day Palm Springs. Under the piercing desert sun, characters plod through the unforgiving heat clinging ...

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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

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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