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.
Succeeding the theatre’s founding artistic director, he will have led the company through nearly 17 years and several cycles of community-collaborative shows.
Cage will work with Cornerstone Theater Company’s Michael John Garcés, while Carter will be with Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Nataki Garrett.
A festival of Spanish classics, solo plays by Bill Irwin and Dael Orlandersmith and Sara Porkalob, and much, much, much more in our longest listing yet.
Larissa FastHorse’s Cornerstone piece about L.A. County’s Native peoples wasn’t just adapted for Arizona—it was rebuilt from the ground up.
In ‘A Jordan Downs Illumination,’ the company returns to South L.A. to find a community changed and still changing.
The community-engaged theatre troupe and institute, long based in California, recently touched down in NYC’s most diverse borough for a new adventure in art-making.
The company will move out of its longtime home of 20 years, citing rent hikes.
The Oregon Shakes leader will cross the country to take on a new challenge: to lead a performing arts center at New York’s World Trade Center.
Staged 20 years ago in a labor action center in south Los Angeles, Lynn Manning’s Brecht adaptation hit me where I didn’t even know I lived.