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The Subtext. Episode 22: Cory Hinkle

A podcast where playwrights talk to playwrights about the things usually left unsaid.

0 Comment / Mar 21, 2017

Bullying, Angst, Adolescent Identity: Laurie Sefton & Clairobscur Dance

Sefton’s choreography can feel like watching a teenager’s diary come to life.

0 Comment / Mar 17, 2017

This Week in L.A. Theatre

LA STAGE Insider. A weekly news column on all things L.A. theatre, from Julio Martinez.

0 Comment / Mar 16, 2017


White House Budget Proposal Includes Eliminating the National Endowments for the Arts, Humanities

Arts and cultural agencies are gutted in newly proposed federal budget.

0 Comment / Mar 16, 2017

The Operatic Audacity of The Perfect American

Navigating a controversial biographical portrait of Walt Disney.

0 Comment / Mar 15, 2017

Keeping Artists like Martha Relevant, Alive

“There is a vitality, a life force, a quickening that is translated through you into action..."

0 Comment / Mar 14, 2017


Good Grief, It's Ngozi Anyanwu

"What kind of adult am I supposed to be?"

0 Comment / Mar 10, 2017

This Week in L.A. Theatre

LA STAGE Insider. A weekly news column on all things L.A. theatre, from Julio Martinez.

0 Comment / Mar 09, 2017

Indomitable Fragility, Unbreakable Spirit

With each of my broken bones, there's been a story.

0 Comment / Mar 08, 2017




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MONTHLIES

Inside LA STAGE History: Richard Erdman & LA Stage Society

Stage Society was formed by Arthur Kennedy, Akim Tamiroff, N. Richard Nash, John Ireland, and Anthony...

0 Comment / Oct 04, 2016

The Subtext. Episode 16: Tira Palmquist

A podcast where playwrights talk to playwrights about the things usually left unsaid.

1 Comment / Sep 12, 2016

Vengeance & Forgiveness in Shakespeare, and In Our Culture

From the Greeks to the Bible to Shakespeare: what it means to seek justice, or to forgive.

0 Comment / Sep 07, 2016