Our Timeline

Our Timeline


2017-2018

Young Theaterworks: Through the Ages (School Residency)
Marshall High School

Evangeline, The Queen of Make-Believe (Revival)
Plaza de la Raza

Young Theaterworks: Evangeline Initiative (School Residency)
Pueblo de Los Angeles Continuation High School'
Plaza de la Raza

 

2016-2017

Young Theaterworks: Chicano Legacy Project - I: Witness (School Residency and Full Student Production)
Pueblo de Los Angeles Continuation High School

Young Theaterworks: Through the Ages (School Residency)
Marshall High School

Ecuentro (excerpts from the Chicano Legacy Project)
Chicano Resource Center at the East LA Library

They Shoot Mexicans, Don't They? (site-specific production)
San Gabriel Mission Playhouse
Part of the Series: The Latin Wave: Exploring Myth, Illusion, and Cultural Appropriation
Included a symposium with excerpts from They Shoot Mexicans, Don't They, as well as an adjoining film series, and an exhibition that featured artifacts from the Playhouse.

 

2015-2016

Young Theaterworks: Chicano Legacy Project - I: Witness (School Residency)
Pueblo de Los Angeles Continuation High School;
Plaza de la Raza's Margo Albert Theater

Young Theaterworks: Through the Ages (School Residency)
Blair High School;
Armory Center for the Arts

Ecuentro (excerpts from the Chicano Legacy Project)
Chicano Resource Center at the East LA Library

 

2014-2015

 

2013-2014

 

2012-2013

 

2011-2012

Evangeline, The Queen of Make-Believe
Pacific Standard Time Workshop Production at Autry National Center

Stories and Songs
Los Angeles Theater Center’s Bradley Theater

Young Theaterworks Presents: Through the Ages - 1970 Meets 2012
Monterey Continuation High School;
Margo Albert Theater at Plaza de la Raza

(Interviews w/ elders who experienced the 1970 Chicano Moratorium) 

Evangeline, The Queen of Make-Believe
Bootleg Theater

 

2010-2011

Young Theaterworks Presents: Through the Ages - 2011 Meets 1968
Monterey Continuation High School:
Margo Albert Theater at Plaza de la Raza

Evangeline, the Queen of Make Believe
Excerpts as part of the “Civil Rights and Go-Go Boots” Community Forum;
KPCC’s Crawford Family Forum 

Evangeline, the Queen of Make Believe
Excerpts as a part of the L.A. Arts Month Celebration at Music Center Plaza

 

2009-2010

Bleeding Through
Shakespeare Center/LA

Loud and Clear: Summer Program for Students
West Hollywood Community Day School

Stages
Culver City Senior Center

Young Theaterworks Presents:
Crosstown Voices, Untold Stories, and Life Goes On

Pueblo High Schools Untold Stories at Company of Angels;
Whitman High School’s Life Goes On at Greenway Court;
Crosstown Culmination and Community Forum at Shakespeare Festival/LA

Young Theaterworks Presents: Through the Ages
Monterey Continuation High School
(Interviews with seniors at Hollenbeck Palms)

Evangeline, The Queen of Make-Believe (work in progress)
Plaza de la Raza;
First Congregational Church of Pasadena

 

2008-2009

Bleeding Through (work in progress)
 Angelino Heights Residence

Stages (reading)
Culver City Senior Center

Young Theaterworks Presents: Through the Ages
Monterey Continuation High School
(Interviews with seniors at Hollenbeck Palms in East L.A.)

 

2007-2008

Bleeding Through (work in progress)
Edgefest /Autry National Center

Showing Our Age
Ford Amphitheater;
Japanese American National Museum's Center for the Preservation of Democracy

Young Theaterworks: Crosstown Voices; Untold Life
Scenes from Pueblo High School’s Untold Stories and
Whitman High School's Life Goes On 
East West Players

 

2006-2007

Stages (readings)
Culver City Senior Center

365 Days/365 Plays
John Anson Ford Amphitheater

Stages (readings)
Culver City Senior Center

Showing Our Age
Ford Amphitheater

Young Theaterworks Presents: The Way Life Is
Rose City Continuation H.S (Pasadena)

Young Theaterworks Presents: What If?
Central Continuation High School, La Victoria-Tri, Chicago CDS (East L.A.)

Young Theaterworks Presents: If Only You Knew
Monterey Continuation H.S. (East L.A.)

 

2005-2006

L.A. Real
Ford Amphitheater

By the Hand of the Father
University of Texas (Brownsville);
University of Texas (Austin)

They Shoot Mexicans, Don’t They?
Autry National Center Stages

Stages
Readings at Pasadena Senior Center

Young Theaterworks Presents: I Come From
Central Continuation H.S., La Victoria-Tri, Chicago CDS (East L.A.)

Young Theaterworks Presents: My Ghetto Hood
Central Continuation H.S, La Victoria-Tri, Chicago CDS (East L.A.)

 

2004-2005

Young Theaterworks Presents: Faster Than Life
Central Continuation H.S, La Victoria-Tri C, Chicago CDS (East L.A.)

By the Hand of the Father
National Ensemble Theatre Festival (CSU Humboldt)

They Shoot Mexicans, Don’t They?
The Intimate Theatre at the Luckman Fine Arts Complex

 

2003-2004

Young Theaterworks Presents: Reunited/Reunidos
Monterey Continuation High School

By the Hand of the Father
George Mason University;
Mondavi Center (UC Davis);
Luther Burbank Center (Santa Rosa);
University of Arizona

They Shoot Mexicans, Don’t They?  (workshop production)
John Anson Ford Amphitheatre

 

2002-2003

By the Hand of the Father
Gammage Auditorium (ASU);
International Hispanic Theatre Festival (FL.);
John Anson Ford Amphitheatre;
Merced Playhouse

Young Theaterworks: Taco Bell is the White Mans Mexico; It Ain’t Easy
Monterey Continuation H.S. (East L.A.)

 

2001-2002

By the Hand of the Father
Austin City Limits (TV);
High Performance Rodeo, Banff Centre for the Arts (Canada);
Texas Union Theatre, Austin;
Luckman Center for the Arts

On Earth As It Is In Heaven (work in progress)
24th Street Theater
Cornerstone Theater’s Festival of Faith

Young Theaterworks: The Wall
Monterey Continuation High School

 

2000-2001

By the Hand of the Father
Plaza de la Raza;
The Getty Center;
Autry National Center;
24th Street Theatre;
Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum (Chicago):
Seattle Experience Project

 

1996-1999

Vox
Telluride Theater Festival;
Los Angeles Theater Center

Memory Rites (work in progress)
Common Ground Festival;
2100 Square Feet Theater

Properties of Silence
2100 Square Feet Theater

 

1994-1995

Interdisciplinary Arts Caucus 1994
UCLA Center for the Performing Arts

Ritual of a Bop Solo
West Coast Theater Ensemble;
Los Angeles Theater Center

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PREMIERE:

THE CORRECT POSTURE OF A TRUE REVOLUTIONARY
with: Strange Country, This; Know Your Place; Nostalgia Maldita

LocoMotion Festival at Los Angeles Theater Center
Written by Theresa Chavez
Directed by Ellen Sebastian Chang

The Correct Posture of a True Revolutionary

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1993-1994

Interdisciplinary Arts Caucus 1993
About Productions'
Office in Hollywood

The Correct Posture of a True Revolutionary; Strange Country, This (works in progress)
     Highways Performance Space
     Self-Help Graphics (East L.A.)
     Macondo Espacio Cultural (East Hollywood)
     KAOS/Network (South Central L.A)
     Fiesta Hall (West Hollywood)

 

1992-1993

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PREMIERE:

STORMY MONDAY
Highways Performance Space; and The Burbage Theater
Written and Directed by Alan Pulner
Performed by Alan Pulner and Charles Lane

Stormy Monday

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PREMIERE:

L.A. REAL
Five-person ensemble version: Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena
Solo version:
     Mark Taper Forum
     National Women’s Theater Festival
     UC Santa Barbara
     CSU Northridge
     The Public Theater, New York
     San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art
Written and Directed by Theresa Chavez

L.A. Real

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AIDS! The Musical!
The Skylight Theater
Book and Lyrics by Wendell Jones and David Stanley
Composed by Robert Berg
Directed by Alan Pulner

Ghostdance
Santa Monica Arts Festival 1992
Written and directed by Mark Laska

Educational Outreach Projects
Four L.A. Regional Public Libraries

 

1991-1992

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PREMIERE:

AIDS! THE MUSICAL!
Highways Performance Space
Book and Lyrics by Wendell Jones and David Stanley
Composed by Robert Berg
Directed by Alan Pulner

AIDS! The Musical

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Lessons NDKNOWSPHERE
The Attic Theater
Created and Directed by Don Cheadle

 

1989-1990

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PREMIERE:

RAPTURE STATIONS IN THE VIRTUAL FUNHOUSE
Santa Monica Museum of Art
A hyper-media theater machine by John Goss, Alan Pulner and Richard Zvonar

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The Job
The Flight Theater

The Perfect Lover
Highways Performance Space

L.A. Real (work in progress)
L.A. Contemporary Exhibitions;
Highways Performance Space;
Rio Hondo College

Ghostdance
The Complex
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PREMIERE:

DREAM A LITTLE DREAM OF ME
Highways Performance Space; The Celebration Theatre
Written and Performed by Alan Pulner

Dream a Little Dream of Me

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Shelter
California Plaza
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PREMIERE:

AZALEA TRASH
L.A. Fringe Theater
Written by Linda Carmello Sibio
Directed by Alan Pulner, Curtis York, William Fisher

Azalea Trash

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Spontaneous Combustion
L.A. Fringe Theater

Hidden (Not Hiding From) History
UCLA

 

1988-1989

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PREMIERE:

VOX
Skylight Theater
Written and Directed by Theresa Chavez

Vox (Image from 1996 production at The Actor's Gang)

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Sonny Boy (original performance piece)
L.A. Contemporary Exhibitions
Written and Performed by Alan Pulner