Karen Black and David Proval Star In <i>Moses Supposes</i>

Longtime friends Karen Black and David Proval play an aging Jewish couple in the South in Moses Supposes, at the Zephyr. Black reveals what every actor should know, and Proval discloses a previously unknown fact about his underwear, but don’t expect them to tell you why the play is called Moses Supposes. READ MORE

Engine29.org “Pop-up” Lab is Revving Up

Engine29, another pop-up arts journalism web site, is preparing for a November burst of activity. But don’t confuse it with last June’s Engine28 website, which also arose out of USC’s Annenberg School. Te Engine29 site isn’t theater-specific, is funded by the Getty Foundation instead of the NEA, and will be more research-oriented. READ MORE

Feeling <i>blu</i> at Company of Angels

Virginia Grise started writing in between the classes she taught at a Texas middle school. Then she decided to concentrate on the writing in a move to LA. In her blu, at Company of Angels, conflict erupts within “a queer Chicana/o family” as police helicopters circle their neighborhood. READ MORE