Pacific Resident Theatre
Venice, CA 90291
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Two Plays Involving Fried Meat (Sort of)
8 months ago by Steven Leigh Morris
Actor-playwright Keith Stevenson is one lucky fellow, having a top-flight ensemble to write comedies for; and having a director, Guillermo Cienfuegos, with such a sympathetic comprehension of the strands threaded through his humor; ...
Henry V at Pacific Resident Theatre Is Bare-Bones but Delightful (GO!)
1 year ago by Jenny Lower
Adapted and directed by Guillermo Cienfuegos, Pacific Resident Theatre's reboot of Henry V strips Shakespeare's romanticized spectacle of war down to its bare essentials. Staged in a railroad-wide theater, the opening unfolds discon...
2 years ago by Paul Birchall
Ingmar Bergman's adaptation of A Doll's House restructures Henrik Ibsen's fierce family drama, stripping the play to its emotional essence, a goal that's underscored by director Dana Jackson's spartan but evocative production. On a ...
Pacific Resident Theatre, Succeeding Where Reprise Failed
3 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
The news last week that Reprise Theatre Company is suspending operations brought into stark focus the economics of a midsize theater attempting to concentrate on lean, concert-version productions of lesser-known musicals of yore. Th...