Tag Archives: Echo Theatre Company

Updated: Lauded L.A. Theater in 2016

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Local writers are reflecting on the best that appeared on Los Angeles stages, both large and small, the previous 365 days.  Turns out there was a lot: L.A. Times Theater Critic Charles McNulty’s list focused nearly exclusively on the larger stages but Orson Bean’s storytelling at the Pacific Resident Theatre made the list as well. Dany Margolies‘s list at Time Out includes the highly lauded ...

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Press Release: 3 99-Seat Remounts at Kirk Douglas Announced

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Press Release: LOS ANGELES (December 20, 2016) — Center Theatre Group has selected three local productions for the inaugural Block Party: Celebrating Los Angeles Theatre at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. Block Party will remount Coeurage Theatre Company’s production of Failure: A Love Story  by Philip Dawkins, Echo Theater Company’s production of Dry Land  by Ruby Rae Spiegel and Fountain Theatre’s production of Citizen: An American Lyric  ...

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Echo Theater Company’s 20th Season

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Echo Theater Company turns 20 in 2017.  The 2017 season (#EchoAt20) will include three world premieres as well as one West Coast premiere.  In addition, the company will present LABFest 2017, a festival of developmental readings culled from the Echo’s 2016-17 Writer’s Lab, and a 20th Anniversary Short Play Festival of new plays from writers in the Echo family. The 2017 20th Anniversary Season schedule ...

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The Echo Theatre Company Announces 2016 Season

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The Echo Theatre Company‘s 2016 season will include five premieres, up from four in 2015: Feb. 6 – March 13:  World premiere of Bed  (playwright Sheila Callaghan, director Jennifer Chambers).  The man. The woman. The couple. The other man. The bed. April 9 – May 15:  Los Angeles premiere of Dry Land  (playwright Ruby Rae Spiegel, director Alana Dietze).  Ester is a swimmer trying to stay afloat. ...

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Year in Review According to All the Critics

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Bitter Lemons:  As a site that aggregates reviews of Los Angeles theater, Bitter Lemons offers a unique perspective in what was the most compelling – or at least the most enthusiastically reviewed – shows of 2015.  As far as where to go for theater in 2016?  One place to start might be those companies with the best rated seasons of 2015: 1) Zombie Joe’s Underground ...

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