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Company Of Angels' L.A. Short Play Festival Returns In March

Company of Angels will present the return of its annual L.A. Short Play Festival: L.A. Unmasked, featuring 8 new short plays exploring the masks we wear in different aspects of life.
Casting Announced For Weeks Four and Five of The Blank Theatre's 30th Annual Young Playwrights Festival

Casting has been announced for weeks four and five of The Blank Theatre's 30th Annual Young Playwrights Festival. Being presented as digital shorts, the final three of 12 winning plays by young playwrights aged 15–19 will be available to stream on Vimeo July 22– August 11.
Company of Angels Presents WHAT'S GOING ON? A Virtual Play Festival

Celebrating 60 years as Los Angelesa?? oldest non-profit theater company, Company of Angels presents a live-streamed event Whata??s Going On? A Virtual Play Festival: Watch Whata??s Going On? live on Saturday, August 1 & 8 at 8 PM PST on Youtube at https://bit.ly/CoAWhatsGoingOn, Facebook Live at Facebook.com/CompanyofAngels or via their Website at companyofangels.org/whatsgoingon
More Than 50 Actors Set For The Blank Theatre's 26th Annual Young Playwrights Festival

More than 50 actors have been set to participate in The Blank Theatre's 26th Annual Young Playwrights Festival. Twelve winning plays by young playwrights aged 15-19 from seven different states will be presented during this year's festival at the Stella Adler Theatre in Hollywood, running from May 31-June 24.
Company of Angels Extends THIS LAND Through 11/20

This Land has just been extended through November 20 at Company of Angels!
Photo Flash: First Look at THIS LAND at Company of Angels

Directed by Company of Angels artistic director, Armando Molina, This Land debuted on October 20, at Company of Angels, Los Angeles' oldest professional theater. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!
Photo Flash: THIS LAND Tells Multi-Cultural/Generational L.A. story

A deep, painful, joyful story about one extended California family with roots in different parts of the world, who make their home on the same plot of Southern California land over 150 years
Company of Angels Debuts THIS LAND by Evangeline Ordaz

A deep, painful, joyful story about one extended California family with roots in different parts of the world, who make their home on the same plot of Southern California land over 150 years. Los Angeles native and Mexican-American playwright, Evangeline Ordaz, crafts a rich and complex web of diverse characters from Los Angeles' Latino, African-American, Anglo, and Native American communities who co-exist as if time were a wheel that constantly doubles back on itself. Through triumph and despair these families discover how deeply they are rooted in the dreams of their ancestors and the land on which they stand. Directed by Company of Angels artistic director, Armando Molina, This Land debuts on October 20, at Company of Angels, Los Angeles' oldest professional theater.
More Than 50 Actors Set for Blank Theatre's 23rd Annual Young Playwrights Festival

More than 50 actors are set to participate in The Blank Theatre's 23rd Annual Young Playwrights Festival, including Deborah S. Craig (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee), Julie Gonzalo (Dallas), Echo Kellum (Sean Saves the World, Ben & Kate), Missi Pyle (Gone Girl), Sara Rue (Rules of Engagement, Impastor), Lindsey Shaw (Pretty Little Liars), and Virginia Williams (Fairly Legal). Twelve winning plays by young playwrights aged 12-19 from seven different states will be presented during this year's festival at the Stella Adler Theatre in Hollywood, running from June 4-28.
BWW Reviews: HENRY IV, PART ONE, by The Rogues of Antaeus

A striking image hovers above the action in HENRY IV, PART ONE at The Antaeus Company. It is a partial rendering of the planets orbiting the sun which serves as a constant reminder that this is the journey of a king-in-the-making. As Prince Hal, also known as Harry, slowly transitions from party boy to royal warrior, its glow becomes more and more noticeable until it finally overtakes the stage.
Photo Flash: First Look at The Antaeus Company's HENRY IV, PART ONE

Antaeus, L.A.'s classical theater ensemble, opens its 2015 season with a fully partner-cast production of William Shakespeare's Henry IV, Part One. Previews began March 6, with two opening nights set for last night, March 12, and tonight, March 13, (one with each cast) at the Antaeus Theater in NoHo. Michael Murray directs. Scroll down for a first look at the casts in action!
HENRY IV, PART I to Run 3/12-5/3 at Antaeus

Antaeus, L.A.'s classical theater ensemble, opens its 2015 season with a fully partner-cast production of William Shakespeare's Henry IV, Part I. Previews begin March 6, with two opening nights set for March 12 and March 13 (one with each cast) at the Antaeus Theater in NoHo. Michael Murray directs.
Jeptha Storm's THE VACANCY Produced at the Lost Studio, Now thru 9/27

The Vacancy by Jeptha Storm Directed by Jeptha Storm stars Toby Bryan, Shayne Eastin, James Storm, Jeff Torres, Jonathan Cahill, Jack Litman and Michael Kurtz. Produced by Jeptha Storm in association with From the Heart Productions, and presented by the Cinda Jackson and The Lost Studio.
Jeptha Storm's THE VACANCY to Be Produced at the Lost Studio, 8/22-9/27

The Vacancy by Jeptha Storm Directed by Jeptha Storm stars Toby Bryan, Shayne Eastin, James Storm, Jeff Torres, Jonathan Cahill, Jack Litman and Michael Kurtz. Produced by Jeptha Storm in association with From the Heart Productions, and presented by the Cinda Jackson and The Lost Studio.
David Ives' Quirky One-Acts @ Crown City Theatre Thru 5/1

One thing certain about writer David Ives is his ability to compose short plays with an unparalleled quirky style that is at once entertaining and reflective. All in the Timing, now onstage @ Crown City Theatre in NoHo, is composed of six one-acts, the first three light and frivolously frothy, the second three of a more artful and philosophical nature. As the title implies, each playlet requires expert concentration and delivery on the part of the actors. The cast is most decidedly up to it, and direction from both William A. Reilly and Ben Rovner is top of the hill, making the evening a definite crowd pleaser.
David Ives' Quirky One-Acts @ Crown City Theatre

One thing certain about writer David Ives is his ability to compose short plays with an unparalleled quirky style that is at once entertaining and reflective. All in the Timing, now onstage @ Crown City Theatre in NoHo, is composed of six one-acts, the first three light and frivolously frothy, the second three of a more artful and philosophical nature. As the title implies, each playlet requires expert concentration and delivery on the part of the actors. The cast is most decidedly up to it, and direction from both William A. Reilly and Ben Rovner is top of the hill, making the evening a definite crowd pleaser.

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