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The Latino Theater Company presents an archival video showing of Part 3, Charity, of Evelina Fernández’s acclaimed trilogy. The final chapter in the story of the Morales family takes place in 2005 Los Angeles following the death of Pope John Paul II. Filled with music, humor, and a pinch of magical realism, A Mexican Trilogy is the winner of the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle’s Ted Schmitt Award and is published by Samuel French. A follow-up, online conversation with…
The Latino Theater Company presents an archival video showing of Part 2 of Evelina Fernández’s acclaimed trilogy. Hope is set in the Phoenix home of the Morales family during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Filled with music, humor, and a pinch of magical realism, A Mexican Trilogy is the winner of the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle’s Ted Schmitt Award and is published by Samuel French. A follow-up, online conversation with the artists will take place on October 14.
When Center Theatre Group’s Founding Artistic Director Gordon Davidson met with Luis Valdez to commission a play that was quintessentially Los Angeles—what came from their meeting redefined theatre history. When Luis Valdez’s Zoot Suit first premiered at the Mark Taper Forum in association with Teatro El Campesino in 1978, it made history as the first time a Chicano play had been given a mainstage production at the Taper.
The Latino Theater Company presents online readings of eight new plays by Los Angeles-based playwrights in this Friday evening weekly series. Plays are selected to reflect the full range of diverse communities and life in Los Angeles. A new play will be presented each week. Each play will be available for viewing for 10 days October 2 , 9, 16, 23,and 30 November 6, 13, and 20
An archival video showing of Evelina Fernández’s innovative play tackling topics taboo in the Latino community, including homosexuality, AIDS, teen pregnancy, and euthanasia — all through the Latino Theater Company’s uniquely styled lens. First produced in 2002, Dementia garnered a GLAAD Award for Outstanding Theater Production and four Ovation nominations and was revived by the LTC in 2010 and again in 2017. A follow-up, online conversation with the artists will take place on October 28.
On Wednesday, October 28th, Art Share LA will be featuring the talents of Jasmine Lin and Kyoko Takenaka performing their piece cavern + William Miller, Jr. performing his piece Designing Emotions for Art Share’s virtual monthly performance series. Show starts at 7:00PM and ends at 8:30PM. Admission is FREE but a suggested donation is highly encouraged! Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9103444651 Biography for Jasmine Lin and Kyoko Takenaka: Jas + Kyoko are non-binary polydisciplinary performance artists who share a tender friendship and…
An archival video showing of Latino Theater Company’s signature holiday pageant, La Virgen de Guadalupe, Dios Inantz . Adapted for the stage by Evelina Fernández from the mid-16th century text The Nican Mopohua and performed in Spanish with English subtitles, La Virgen is the City of L.A.’s largest theatrical holiday production with over 100 actors, singers, and indigenous Aztec dancers as well as children and seniors from the community. Join the tens of thousands who have become transfixed by the…