The Show Must Go On indeed
by Jay McAdams
Because the art form of theatre is over 2500 years old, there are lots of theatre traditions and rituals that go back centuries. Having just opened our latest […]
In May, in conjunction with our performance of Walking The Tightrope at The Kirk Douglas Theatre we organized a Theatre for Young Audiences Roundtable consisting of artists, educators and professionals in the field. In addition […]
LOS ANGELES (August 19, 2015) — What are the songs of birds and men? 24th STreet Theatre, the company that produced Walking the Tightrope to universal acclaim on its stage, on tour and, most recently, for […]
When you think of a theatre workshop for adults, ceviche and birthday cake may not be the first things that come to mind. But being part of 24th STreet Theatre’s Teatro del Pueblo (Theatre of […]
This article was originally published in American Stage Magazine. See original article here.
Art or social service? That’s a false choice for this small but committed L.A. theatre, where theatrical excellence and community service are inextricably […]