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Take Me to the ‘Red and Brown Water’

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by Natalie Mislang Mann Staff Writer Kinetic energy charged with emotion. That describes Tarell Alvin McCraney’s Los Angeles premiere of In the Red and Brown Water presented by The Fountain Theater. The location… Continue reading

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Playlists for Plays and Prosetry – Installment 1: As the Day is Long

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by Selene Santiago Staff Writer   Music is my writing go-to.  Before I sit myself down to write, I begin a playlist.  Atmosphere, lyric, tone – I create a world of sound that… Continue reading

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Lessons Learned as a Non-traditional (aka older) Transfer (aka product of a community college) Undergraduate Student

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By Fanny Garcia Founding Editor In 2009, after being laid off, I decided to go back to college. Since then, I have been on a roller coaster ride of emotions, academic setbacks and… Continue reading

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Lula Washington Dance Theatre Meets Complexions Contemporary Ballet

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Lula Washington Dance Theatre Meets Complexions Contemporary Ballet Natalie Mislang Mann Staff Writer The Lula Washington Dance Theatre and Complexions Contemporary Ballet performed as part of the inaugural year of the Zev Yaroslovsly… Continue reading

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Ah, the Majestic Gazellas

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By Selene Santiago Staff Writer The Anatomy of Gazellas is the newest play by playwright Janine Salinas Schoenberg and lively directed by Jon Lawrence Rivera of Plawrights’ Arena fame.  It is a trippy… Continue reading

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NALAC calls on the Latino Arts Community to Sieze the Moment NOW

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by Armando Huipe National Correspondent pLAywriting in the city The National Association of Latino Arts & Culture (NALAC) held their 8th Annual National Conference in Philadelphia this past October 17th through 21st. The… Continue reading

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18 Mighty Mountain Warriors on how they added a bit of Latin flavor to their new show “Asiatico!”

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By Fanny Garcia, Editor pLAywriting in the city Los Angeles, CA What does your name mean? Well it was from the title of one of the very first sketches we wrote back in… Continue reading

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WE ARE EAST LA REP

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East LA Rep has been confused as being East LA Classic recently. This is nothing new. Below is my attempt at explaining to whomever reads this blog about the difference between the two.… Continue reading

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