Tag Archives: 24th Street Theatre

24th Street Theatre Among TCG Grant Recipients

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The sixteen projects supported by the latest round of Audience (R)Evolution Travel Grants aim to connect with Deaf and Latinx audiences, reach Middle Eastern and Muslim communities, engage with refugees and those in addiction recovery, and more.  TCG Awards $114,470 for Audience (R)Evolution Travel Grant Recipients. Local Los Angeles theater companies 24th Street Theatre and Latino Theater Company will benefit among them. PRESS RELEASE New ...

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Reaching Our Kids Through Theater

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Growing up in downtown Boston as an inner city kid, the performing arts were more than just a fun place to spend my time after school. Theater was where I could learn and dream and activate my physicality and my intellect. And yes. There was a lot of pretty cool stuff to do! I was lucky enough to benefit from donors and supporters, completely anonymous ...

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Report: Stage Raw Symposium on Diversity in Theater

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Stage Raw: The third and final in a series of recent Stage Raw symposia was held Monday.  It focused on the hot topic of diversity: During the post-symposium questions, a discussion erupted over Howlround’s Jubilee. The general consensus was dismissive.  

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24th Street Theatre Presents ‘Man Covets Bird’

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Los Angeles Daily News:  Award-winning 24th Street Theater directors Debbie Devine and Jay McAdams befriended one of the world’s leading playwrights for young audiences, while attending an international children’s theater conference in Copenhagen, Finegan Kruckemeyer.  The Irish playwright gave the couple a copy of his manuscript about a man who falls in love with a bird. Now the theater company will present the U.S. premiere of ...

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24th Street Theatre Answers the Question: What is Theatre?

It all started with a simple question from an inquisitive young boy strolling past the open doors of a converted 1928 carriage house on the corner of 24th STreet and Hoover, just as Jay McAdams and his wife Debbie Devine were on a ladder hanging their light grid in their recent new home. “What is theatre?” Since Aristotle’s “Poetics,” dramaturges, critics, artists and audiences alike ...

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