The late director was fluent in matters spiritual, emotional, and textual.
In her life and her work producing theatre and dance in Los Angeles, she never gave less than her all, and we are all the richer for it.
Now directing the L.A. premiere of Steven Levenson’s Jewish American family drama ‘If I Forget,’ Alexander holds forth about identity, history, and what he learned from Jerome Robbins.
Some companies, eager to return to the stage, are building new ones outdoors, gambling that al fresco offerings will both serve and draw their communities.
After receiving approval from the city, the Los Angeles theatre will install a stage in its parking lot, seating up to 84.
This week’s virtual offerings will take you places, from the worlds of hip-hop and RPG games to the circus.
Reunion readings, benefit concerts, archival recordings, special events, and more.
Like George Bailey in ‘It’s a Wonderful Life,’ we have the chance to glimpse the world without our work. Will we make the most of what we learn in this down time?
In addition to premieres of ‘If I Forget,’ ‘An Octoroon,’ and ‘Escaped Alone,’ the season includes a new play by co-artistic director Stephen Sachs.
The lineup will include six contemporary plays, including a world premiere adaptation by Stephen Sachs.