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Rogue Machine Announces 2017 Season

Rogue Machine Theatre announces its 2017 season with 5 plays new to Los Angeles: March 4, 2017 – April 23, 2017 West Coast Premiere Still Life Directed by Michael Peretzian Broadway playwright and Academy Award winner Alexander Dinelaris (Birdman; On Your Feet) examines the causal link between life and death, ethics and success, art and redemption. How do we endure loss and re-find the will ...

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Bucket List Theatre Announces 2017 Season

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Bucket List Theatre has announced their updated 2017 season. All productions will take place at the Let Live Theatre (The Actors Company, 916 N Formosa Ave): April 20-28, 2017 Pageant Play by Matthew Wilkas & Mark Setlock Welcome to the hilarious, terrifying and surreal world of child beauty pageants. Pinky Corningfield will do anything to make sure her little angel wins the ultimate title, Supreme Queen. Glitz. ...

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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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Little Fish Theatre Presents Pick of the Vine

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Little Fish Theatre presents Pick of the Vine opening on January 13, 2007, as the first production of its 2017 season. Pick of the Vine is a collection of original short-subject plays.  This year’s selections take a look at life from beginning to end and provide insight about what happens outside of the public eye: What happens when your adult son still believes in Santa? ...

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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 Group Rep Announces 43rd Season

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Under the leadership of Co-Artistic Directors Larry Eisenberg and Chris Winfield, The Group Rep has announced its 43rd Season containing a collection of original and classic theatrical offerings. Thematically, the season offers the audience a portal into the motives that drive a fascinating array of complicated human beings. A Nice Family Christmas (Nov. 4 – Dec. 18, 2016) Phil Olson’s world premiere comedy, directed by ...

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Miami Flies 99-Seat to London

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Kemp Powers’ One Night in Miami… has now crossed the Atlantic.  World Premiering in 2013 at Los Angeles’ Rogue Machine Theatre, the show moved eastward in 2015: first to Baltimore, then Denver.  Now it moves even farther eastward,  jumping the Atlantic to London’s Donmar Warehouse where the show runs October 6 through December 3, 2016. Powers is a founding member of The Temblors, an Angeleno ...

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Edward Albee: I Prefer Yes to No

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When an American playwright with enough interesting insights to win 3 Pulitzer Prizes – 4 if you count the one not given to him because the advisory committee didn’t want to give a prize out in 1963 – dies, it’s best to allow him to write his own column.  Especially for Edward Albee who always seemed to have something prickly – and honest – to ...

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Sacred Fools Announces 2016-2017 Season

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Sacred Fools Theater Company announces their landmark 20th Season and Beyond, featuring World and Regional Premieres, as well as complementary programming to celebrate their history and community.  Artistic Directors Bryan Bellomo, Danielle Ozymandias, and Alicia Conway Rock have selected a slate of four plays for their 2016–2017 season. “The plays we’ve selected for this platinum anniversary year represent a spectrum of Foolish ideals – a ...

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