Stage Raw: The Laramie Project Ten Years Later
INTERVIEW with Pieter-Dirk Uys and Charlize Theron
Photo courtesy of Ipenema Theater Troupe and the Electric Lodge Theatre
Check back here Monday afternoon for reviews of Moliere's The Doctor Despite Himself, at the Electric Lodge Theatre; The Blunders at Upright Cabaret at Vermont; High Ceilings at the Hayworth; Never Land at Rogue Machine; The Philiadelphia Story at the Lost Studio; God Save Gertrude at Theatre @ Boston Court; Just Imagine at the NoHo Arts Center; Rockin' with the Ages at Actors Forum Theatre, and Festen at Cal Rep on the Queen Mary
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The Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles (GMCLA,) The Broad Stage and Speak Theater Arts today announced the participants for The Laramie Project, Ten Years Later...an Epilogue on October 12th at 7:30 pm at The Eli and Edythe Broad Stage in Santa Monica -- based on the original work from Moises Kaufamn's Tectonic Theater Project.
event features Mary McDonnell, Mary McCormack, Sharon Lawrence, Doug
Spearman, Charlotte Rae, and City of West Hollywood Councilmember John
Duran. Music will include selections by Rufus Wainwright, the Dixie
Chicks, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Bob Dylan, and Sons of the Pioneers.
Recording artist Randi Driscoll will also perform live.
from the evening will benefit GMCLA's AMP (A-LIVE Music Project), a new
high school music education program that also focuses on combating
bullying and violence against LGBT students. General admission tickets here. VIP tickets here.
On Oct. 11, at 6:30 p.m., members of The Antaeus Theatre Company, directed by Arye Gross, will present Love Junkie, A Performance Piece at Frank Pictures Gallery
in Santa Monica, against the backdrop of provocative photographs and
paintings by Emma Ferreira. The evening will feature a dramatic
re-telling of scenes from Rachel Resnick's new book, Love Junkie
about sexual addiction and recovery, followed by a Q&A with
Resnick. The event is hosted by author Resnick and Laurie Frank.
event will also feature members of the Antaeus Theatre Company, and
guests: psychologist-author Judith Orloff, author Janet Fitch (White
Oleander) actress Victoria Tennant and film/TV director Allison Anders.
A TALE OF ONE SITI
presents a workshop of Anne Bogart's Viewpoints acting technique at the
Luckman Theater, Cal State L.A., October 10, 8 p.m. $35. For 20% group
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