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A Historic L.A. Landmark Comes to Life in The Magnificent Dunbar Hotel (GO!)
7 months ago by Mayank Keshaviah
Many people are familiar with the Harlem Renaissance, and possibly even the U Street Historic District in Washington D.C., but far fewer — even native Angelenos — know about Central Avenue: the artistic, intellectual, and cultural h...
L.A. Contemporary Dance Company
8 months ago by Ann Haskins
This locally based repertory company consistently does interesting work and seldom repeats itself. One of its strengths is artistic director Kate Hutter has never made LACDC all about her, bringing in strong choreographers from outs...
A Landmark New Latino Theater Festival Launches in L.A.
9 months ago by Bill Raden
Most experts would date the beginning of contemporary Latino-American theater to Luis Valdez and his formation of California's El Teatro Campesino in 1965, or the founding of New York's INTAR the following year. In 1971, Valdez and ...
Hit: An Aggressively Funny Play About Life in L.A. (GO!)
1 year ago by Mindy Farabee
Hit, the aggressively funny farce by lauded playwright Alice Tuan, careens through issues of cultural diversity, global capitalism, social responsibilities and extended adolescence in Los Angeles, with an unforgiving aim and an insi...