This L.A.-focused roundup includes a writer-director, a patron services manager, a scenic painter, an actor who’s also a marketing director, and more.
The late director was fluent in matters spiritual, emotional, and textual.
Tomei, who will leave the theatre next August, has been the company’s first and only managing director to date.
How a Lakota playwright, 7 Indigenous actors, and an L.A.-based ensemble survived a pandemic, crossed thousands of prairie miles, and confronted centuries of history to make a play.
The fellowship seeks to support a promising female or nonbinary actor of color and includes a $10,000 prize.
Director/writer Jessica Kubzansky celebrates the 20th anniversary of Boston Court Pasadena by immersing audiences in a fraught rehearsal process across the entire site.
DeVine will serve in a dual administrative and artistic role at the California company.
After almost 50 years educating actor-creators within their community, the company says it will need to raise $125,000 to stay open.
A Bay Area-based actor and producer, he succeeds Jasson Minadakis at the prestigious North Bay theatre.
Mildred Lewis, DeLanna Studi, and Hope Villanueva will each receive $10,000 to support their acclaimed but under-produced work.