Tag Archive: Fanny Garcia

Dancing in my Cockroach Killers Will Make You Shake Your Booty Like Iris Chacon!

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By Fanny Garcia Founding Editor Comprised of poems and monologues written by award winning poet and playwright Magdalena Gómez, Dancing in my Cockroach Killers is equal parts musical, poetry, and dance club. Adapted… Continue reading

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Enrique’s Journey – A Honduran Immigration Story Travels from Literature to Encuentro 2014’s Los Angeles Stage

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By Fanny Garcia Founding Editor As a Honduran immigrant who has been living in Los Angeles for 27 years, I have never seen a story about Hondurans or Central Americans on a stage.… Continue reading

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Fall in Love with the City’s River; Play the L.A. River

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By Fanny Garcia Founding Editor “Have you played at the L.A. River?” To such a question you might reply, “What? The Los Angeles River is all concrete and nothingness.” In the past, your… Continue reading

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‘Mother.Redux’ Takes on Motherhood at Miles Memorial Playhouse

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By Fanny Garcia Founding Editor SuarezDanceTheater is a Los Angeles based dance theater company with a mission to produce work that challenges the social constructs society places on women. Christine Suarez founded the… Continue reading

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The Story of Bobbywood

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By Fanny Garcia Founding Editor In Bobbywood: Whatever Happened to Bobby the Bellboy, Bill Ratner tells the story of his uncle Robert Jellison who in 1954 was made a TV star by Desi… Continue reading

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Kinky Pinter at Hollywood Fringe Festival

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By Fanny Garcia Founding Editor Think you need a bit of domination and submission in your life? A chair, a couch, a lamp and a Harold Pinter play is all the kinkiness you… Continue reading

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A Conversation with Teaching Artist Francisco Garcia about his Work with L.A’s Youth

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By Fanny Garcia Founding Editor Teaching artists are one of the many unsung heroes of the theater community. In teaching theater to youth they are not only building awareness about the importance of… Continue reading

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The Women Shine in The Grapes of Wrath at A Noise Within

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By Fanny Garcia Editor-in-Chief “Man, he lives in jerks – baby born an’ a man dies, an’ that’s a jerk – gets a farm an’ loses a farm, an’ that’s a jerk. Woman,… Continue reading

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Filling in the Blanks in Color for the Los Angeles Times

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By Fanny Garcia Editor-in-Chief On December 29, 2012 the Los Angeles Times published a story written by Laura J. Nelson titled “What theater leaders are eager to see at others’ venues.” In it… Continue reading

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