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Monthly Archives: June 2011
Indoor, outdoor, formal and casual, plenty of dance coming your way in the Bay Area during the next three months. Here’s a glimpse at the feast July through September: Rotunda Dance Series: Nimely Pan African Dance Company This month’s installment … Continue reading
Remixing New York’s Under the Radar Festival for the West Coast, the RADAR L.A. Festival reflects a shift in contemporary theater, colliding international work with the Los Angeles theater scene. Under the leadership of Mark Murphy of Redcat, Diane Rodriguez … Continue reading
Engine28 reporter Rebecca Milzoff and I caught the buzz from theater people at an after-party at Redcat during the Radar LA festival. Originally created June 19, 2011 for Engine28.com.
Aiming to make journalism more transparent, a Real World-inspired confessional dispatched video postcards from the newsroom. Originally appeared June 17, 2011 on Engine28.com.
Shawn Sides, Raelle Myrick Hodges, Guillermo Calderon and Richard Montoya delivered manifestos during Radar LA’s The Future of Theater panel moderated by Mark Valdez, national coordinator for Network of Ensemble Theaters. Here are some of their words envisioning the future … Continue reading
Forget dessert. How about a gilded ballroom full of body-based performances inspired by machines? That’s not what I had in mind when I went to dinner at The Gorbals in the lobby of the Alexandria Hotel, but the signs reading … Continue reading
Tomorrow our “pop up” website Engine 28 goes live from L.A. covering all things theater June 15-20. Visit the site to see the big experiment unfold! You can also read about the project on the L.A. Times blog Culture Monster, … Continue reading
Recently returned from Mexicali, Mexico and currently preparing for her Home Season at the ODC Theater in June, Kim Epifano relishes traveling with the task of making art in another culture. “Traveling internationally is a loop for me because I … Continue reading