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Posts Tagged ‘Sarah Ruhl’

We are Giving Back to Military Families in Celebration of Memorial Day

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013

In celebration of Memorial Day and in tribute to all who have given much to protect our country, International City Theatre is taking a positive step to help. ICT will donate $5 dollars from every ticket sold to its upcoming award-winning play “Dead Man’s Cell Phone” to the Long Beach VA Fisher House – a […]

Genius Playwright’s Work Comes to ICT

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

The term genius gets tossed around more than it probably should, but that doesn’t detract from the value of the word. International City Theatre’s upcoming production of Dead Man’s Cell Phone is written by Sarah Ruhl, a playwright many consider a genius. A graduate of Brown University’s graduate playwriting program, it is safe to say […]

High School Students Can See ICT plays for FREE

Monday, May 6th, 2013

We are working to cultivate the next generation of theatregoers. At a time where arts education is slashed and fewer youth are being introduced to professional theatre, we are offering high school students free admission to two preview performances of every 2013 production.  Next up is the Helen Hayes Best New Play winner, Dead Man’s […]

Women’s Voices in Theatre – Can You Hear Them?

Thursday, March 10th, 2011

A recent study from the Los Angeles Female Playwrights Intiative in collaboration with LA Stage Alliance revealed that only one in five plays in Los Angeles theatres is written by a woman. With a 20% average, this percentage is better than the national average of 17% but neither are numbers that would make anyone feel […]

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