Just north of Sunset on the border of Hollywood and West Hollywood, the Working Stage Theater is a bustling, creative environment. For a very reasonable fee, the owners make available the theater space, as well as lighting and taping experts, to people in need of a good creative space. It’s a perfect place to work the kinks out of a show, and if the co-owners like what they see, they may just offer to co-produce.

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