Systemic issues and a failure of leadership were behind the shuttering of the arts service org. Will BIPOC theatres and leaders step in to create something new?
The free three-week festival will feature 34 works from Los Angeles theatre companies.
The new award will honor a director or choreographer for lifetime achievement and distinguished service in the regional theatre.
Drama-Logue founder Bill Bordy awarded the money in honor of his sister Pearl Bordy Frazier.
The longtime theatre writer for the LA Weekly and Stage Raw was already a local theatre leader; his new job just makes it official.
Deaf West Theatre and Center Theatre Group were the biggest winners at LA Stage Alliance’s annual awards ceremony.
The service organization has pegged the longtime LA Weekly critic as its new leader, replacing Terence McFarland.
How this accidental arts administrator worked to aggregate the stretched-thin assets of Southland theatres.
Bill Bordy gifts LA Stage Alliance with five years of funding to support a return of its online performing-arts magazine.
L.A.’s peer-judged awards recognize the most notable theatre work of the past year, from Broadway-bound to black box, and dole out $75,000 worth of honorary cash awards.