What do you get when you take four writers, four directors and twelve actors and give them just 24 hours to create and produce four totally new one-act plays? The most upbeat and lively late night show.
One of the most moving stories of our civilization, "The Ten Commandments", is taking the stage for the first time ever in the U.S., staring Val Kilmer as Moses. The Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles is hosting the epic production of a story about devotion, determination, conquest, and everlasting love beginning September 18th, 2004.
Starlight, reflection pool, fanciful flowers, cool air, mesmerizing music and dynamic dance all together equals energizing entertainment at California Plaza and Grand Performances' free presentation of Hong Kong's City Contemporary Dance Company.
In a remote part of the Ojai Valley, the seventh annual Ojai Playwrights Conference launched its yearly event with the first of two public symposia on August 10th in the Zalk Theatre on the campus of Happy Valley School.
Amidst the gorgeous costumers, elaborate set, and graceful movements on stage at the Kodak Theatre last night, the timeless tail of William Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers was brought to life through the magic of ballet.
The audience rocked to the infectious rhythms and melodies, performed with awesome skill and talent, particularly by the male leads who, at times seemed to have learned the art of levitation or all out flight!
A group of twelve talented young actors played thirty characters in the play performed by the combined efforts of the Santa Monica Playhouse Advanced Youth Ensemble, the Pre-Advanced Program and the Teen Performance Lab.