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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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Antaeus Announces New Season in New Home

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The Antaeus Theatre Company has officially vacated its North Hollywood home of nine years and begun the process of transferring over to its new home in Glendale on 110 E. Broadway. The move has influenced the scheduling of their new season.  Says executive director Ana Rose O’Halloran: “It’s so exciting to watch the space come together.  As is often, though, par for the course with ...

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International City Theatre Announces 2017 Season

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International City Theatre (ICT), the resident professional theater company of the Long Beach Performing Arts Center, has announced its 2017 schedule: Forever Plaid Feb 17 – Mar 5 (previews Feb 15 – 16) Singing in close harmony, squabbling over the smallest intonations, and executing their choreography with over-zealous precision, the “Plaids” will keep everyone smiling and humming along to some of the great pop hits ...

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Rubicon Theatre Announces 2016-2017 Season

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The Rubicon Theatre has announced its 2016-2017 season as one with the theme “Stories that Matter”: A Christmas Carol December 7 – 24, 2016 Adapted by Producing Artistic Director Karyl Lynn Burns and directed by Brian McDonald An original adaptation of Charles Dickens’ timeless tale of redemption and hope, told in a narrative style reminiscent of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Nicholas Nickleby. Gulf View Drive ...

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CSULB Theatre Arts Announces 2016-2017 Season

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California State University Long Beach has announced its 2016–2017 season: A View from the Bridge (September 23 – October 8) By Arthur Miller Directed by Jeff Paul Celebrating the 100th birthday of prolific American playwright, Arthur Miller (Death of a Salesman, The Crucible). When a longshoreman agrees to help his wife’s family, the consequences have ripple effects revealing jealousies and affairs. Stop the World, I ...

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Outdoor Voices Festival Opens September 16, 2016

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That’s What She Didn’t Say, a Los Angeles non-profit, will present its first Outdoor Voices Festival, a two-weekend theater festival from September 16–18 and 23–25, featuring productions that tackle issues typically deemed challenging, taboo, or “off-limits.” Festival founder, Bonnie Joy Sludikoff, stated “We’re excited to be furthering our mission of creating healthy conversations about taboo topics with this year’s inaugural Outdoor Voices Festival.  We hope this ...

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Loft Ensemble Announces 2016 – 2017 Season

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Loft Ensemble announces its 2016-2017 season.  According to Production Manager Bree Pavey:  “We’ve been producing full seasons since 2012, but never as curated by an artistic committee and set out all at once.  Everything except Long Joan Silver  is written or adapted by a Loft company member.” September 2016 – Dracula: Blood Before the Dawn Adapted from Bram Stoker’s Dracula by Raymond Donahey Introduces the ...

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