About…Productions, in association with Inner-City Arts, presents
how small theater companies are transforming Los Angeles
Join us at the next symposia for an interactive evening of conversation regarding how first responders can engage in arts advocacy and policy to better tell our tale.
Guest Speakers from Arts for LA:
Charlie Jensen, Communications Manager
Cristina Pacheco, Advocacy Manager
First Responder Tales is a free 4-part symposia series that examines the unique values Los Angeles small theater companies hold, their theatrical and survival strategies, their engagement with their chosen communities, and how best to tell the tale of their impact on the City of L.A.
Join the conversation now on the First Responder Tales blog!
25TH ANNIVERSARY ARCHIVAL PROJECT
In honor and celebration of About…Productions’ 25th Anniversary,
we’re mining our rich repertoire of original theaterworks,
presenting them in staged readings and full productions,
and preparing them for publication.
Up first – Properties of Silence, our critically acclaimed production to be remounted
as part of two unique festivals in the Fall of 2014 –
a reading for the AxS Festival, a Pasadena arts and science fest; and a festival production for Encuentro 2014, the national Latino theatre festival.
The Chicano Legacy Project empowers all youth and
enlightens audiences by drawing on the rich and inspiring history of the Chicano movement
of the 1960s and 70s, a period of dramatic civil rights activity that continues to affect all Americans.
It is built around our Evangeline production and its related educational programs,
and the Young Theaterworks’ Through the Ages program.
About Productions’ Young Theaterworks programs offer innovative programming that
introduces youth to the importance of writing and the power of communication
through artistic expression, facilitated dialogue and live performance.