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Michelle Holmes Hopes to Spook You a Little

Tuesday, May 5th, 2015

Abigail/1702 just opened this past weekend, and cast member Michelle Holmes was kind enough to answer some questions for us about the show and herself. Enjoy! 1. As rehearsals finally end and performances begin, what has your experience at ICT been like so far? This is my second experience with ICT, and the first one […]

Have You Met Mickey Deans?

Friday, March 6th, 2015

Michael Rubenstone stars in International City Theatre’s current hit show End of the Rainbow, an Olivier Award-nominated play about the life and music of Judy Garland. Rubenstone shines as Garland’s fifth and last husband Mickey Deans. He was nice enough to give us some of his time to answer some questions about his role and […]

John Logan: Oscar-Nominated and Tony-winning Playwright’s of RED

Wednesday, August 28th, 2013

Could one small thing inspire your entire future? For writer John Logan, playwright for International City Theatre’s upcoming production of the Tony-winning Best Play Red, reading Shakespeare with his father while confined indoors as an asthmatic child stimulated his love of theater and his passion as a writer. Equally as adept writing for stage or screen, Logan […]

Facing East – From the Stage to the Screen

Friday, April 1st, 2011

Back in 2009, we here at International City Theatre brought to the stage the Los Angeles premiere of Facing East, a captivating play about a Mormon couple struggling with their faith after the suicide of their gay son. The response from the audience was tremendous and we are so excited to hear that a film […]

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