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Announcing Our Digital One Act Festival!
Since we had to put our 2020 One Act Festival on hold due to the pandemic we've decided to create a digital festival from these great short plays!
There will be 3 programs premiering and running throughout the month of February (dates to be announced).
Keep an eye out for showtimes and details to log on to watch:
written and directed by Makeda Declet
Put in Beside
by Tony Foster directed by Laura Stribling
by Elin Hampton directed by Patty Cornell
by Ken Levine directed by Elin Hampton
Writers in the Writing Room Must Write
by Elizabeth Logun directed by Bob Burgos
The One That Got Away
by Tony Pasqualini directed by Elizabeth Logun
The Sleep Clinic
by Mary Portser directed by Tony Pasqualini
written and directed by Tom Stringer
Please click below to watch our kick-off event!
And click on the button here to visit The Ajax Project site:
The Ajax Project is the first project in a collaboration between our theatre and the University of Southern California Classics and Theatre Departments. It is part of ongoing programming that has been created during the shut down of the COVID-19 pandemic in service to our veteran artists and our community.
This is the first project of this series that we hope to gain enough support to continue. The viewing of the program and the online project will be free and hosted below on our website. With your help we can continue the work and hope to achieve a wider reach to people who are isolated at this time and beyond.
Please donate in support, if you can. Thank you.
Short plays, songs, comedy, spoken word and more!
Check out the fun we've been having at our weekly company Happy Hours!
Thank you to all who attended our event last Saturday for "Black Vietnam: Into the Light" a documentary
by Ann C. James
If you missed the screening and discussion you can watch the full recorded event.
If you are in the position to donate, please consider giving to EST/LA today. Your generous gift will help offset the losses of revenue caused by delayed productions and programming sponsorships during this time.
Please take care of yourselves, stay well, and we’ll see you soon at the theatre!