For the past century, the state theatre of California has been a star factory and hub for entertainment.
The season will include the Los Angeles premiere of ‘Tiny Beautiful Things’ by Nia Vardalos, and U.S. premiere of the West End hit ‘The Woman in Black.’
Thornton Wilder’s 80-year-old play offers something more than comforting nostalgia in a troubled American moment.
This month the ‘Malcolm’ mom will play the Stage Manager in a production with Pasadena Playhouse and Deaf West.
The two companies will stage ‘Our Town,’ the Hypocrites will bring their immersive ‘Pirates of Penzance,’ and Culture Clash will revisit ‘Bordertown.’
Feldman will take over for artistic director Sheldon Epps, who will retire at the end of the year.
The artistic director’s final season will include a new musical from Randy Johnson and Cheryl West.
In the struggle to make work on tiny budgets, small theatres in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles may have more in common than not.
The season features 16 productions from all over the globe, with storytelling through shadows, puppetry, and music for the young, from toddlers to teens.
The California theatre plans a new musical by Kirsten Guenther, Cliff Downs and Katie Kahanovitz, plus plays by Josefina Lopez, Ricardo Khan and Harvey Fierstein.