Stage Raw: Sundance Expands Its Theatre Program
Also, see the current NEW REVIEWS and STAGE FEATURE on two love stories at the Elephant Theatre complex, by Adam Rapp and by Paul Grellong
Don Paul portrays Hitler in Cronelius Schnauber's Heydrich/Hitler/Holocaust opening this weekend at the MET Theatre in Hollywood. Check back here Monday after noon for the review. Photo by Tom Ellis.
Other plays being reviewed this weekend include the west-coast premiere of Charles Randolph-Wright's The Night Is a Child at the Pasadena Playhouse; Moises Kaufmann's Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde at North Hollywood's Eclectic Company Theatre; Little Shop of Horros at the Knightsbridge in Silver Lake; and Not To Be: The Shakesperean Death Project at and presented by Zombie Joe's Underground, in North Hollywood.
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SUNDANCE INSTITUTE TO EXPAND THEATRE PROGRAM
The Sundance Institute has announced that its theatre program will be held off-site in 2010 due to reconstruction of its Utah facility. Playwrights may submit works at any stage of development. Plays that have been produced are not eligible. The deadline for submission is October 12, 2009. Submission guidelines here.
One lab takes place March 28 to April 11, 2010 at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art in New Adams, Massachusetts; The second lab takes place May 23-June 6, 2010 at Governor's Island, New York.
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