After years of nurturing writers and performers, the work of L.A.’s Native American theatre is finally paying off.
From an activist in Oakland, Calif., to a scenic artist in Atlanta, from an educator in Los Angeles to a producer in New York City, check out this month’s cohort of theatre workers.
Where will she take the experimental theatre she inherits from its co-founders? Its history of risk and radicalism points the way.
The writer of ‘The Ghosts of Lote Bravo’ talks about embracing her heritage and depicting the pain of exploited women.
A role as the gay Mormon lawyer in ‘Angels in America’ on Broadway brings the Texas-born actor back to a play that helped make him an actor.
From an IT director to a sound/media designer, from a scenic artist to an administrator, check out this month’s cohort of theatre people you should know.
Ireland will reprise her role in Martyna Majok’s ‘Ironbound’ this month at Geffen Playhouse.
From a computer wiz to a sculptor, from a playwright to a professor, check out this month’s cohort of theatre workers you should know.
The poet’s haunting ‘Native Guard,’ now a theatre piece at the Alliance, goes to the Civil War and back.
The nonagenarian actor explains how his willingness to answer a phone and his inability to drive led him to some happy accidents.