6 Theatre Artists Share What They’re Looking Forward To

pasttime-350pxAmerican Theatre: Los Angeles actor and Sacred Fools Theater Company member, Leon Russom,  gets a national platform to talk about his plans for 2016:

Los Angeles actor Leon Russom who spent some of 2015 recovering from an illness (and vociferously opposing Equity’s changes to the city’s longstanding 99-Seat Plan), of Sacred Fools Theater, says he’ll return to the Fools for the premiere of Padraic Duffy’s “Past Time”, a metatheatrical romp slated to include “many, many, many painted unicorns,” as well as fellow L.A. stage veteran French Stewart. Russom says he’ll then tackle a little something called King Lear for the downtown L.A.-based Loft Ensemble. Outside the Fools, he praises the pay-what-you-want ensemble, Couerage Theatre Company, “a young company that stepped immediately into the front rank of Los Angeles theatre.” Their next joint: Tennessee Williams’s Vieux Carré.

About Tracey Paleo

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.

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