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Inside Rehearsal for Gracie and Rose

Gracie and Rose love off the grid and live off the land in 1950’s Wyoming — where wild horses run free and appearances are deceiving. Gracie lives as George so she and Rose can be together.

Is true love in the body worth the cost of living a lie in the world?
Gracie and Rose premieres at the Hollywood Fringe Festival June 16-29th. Written and Performed by Anastasia Coon. Directed by Che’Rae Adams.

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Bullying in the Arts Ep4: Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them

Artists at Play is a collective of creative professionals who have come together to curate quality theatre in Los Angeles. We present theatrical productions missing from the local landscape that tells the stories of communities underrepresented in Los Angeles theatre. The audience experience is our priority, and we aim to make theatre accessible to everyone.

Their current production, Edith Can Shoot Things & Hit Them, tackles bullying from POV of kids who are already pretty much on their own. Hear Producer Julia Cho on the topic (and forgive my low energy due to illness):

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Highlight of Soapbox 2012 – artist eshcetera

 

Updated 10/8/12 at 9:38am: I mistook one area on exhibit to be one artist, when in fact it was two!

 

The images to the left are created by Andrew James Macasil.

 

The artist eshcetera (E. Salvador Hernandez)’s work was shown to the left of Macasil’s. I didn’t get a picture of his, but follow the link above to see his work. I truly loved their works and expression. Check both of these artists out and follow their blogs to find where they’re showing!

 

Thanks to East LA Rep & Soapbox 2012 for such a fun event.

 

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Fresh from exhibiting at the Tom of Finland Foundation’s 2012 West Hollywood – Los Angeles Erotic Art Fair Weekend, I’m back with two more exhibitions coming up this coming weekend!

You’ve got two more chances to check out my work:

First, there’s Soapbox at East LA Rep on Friday & Saturday, October 5th & 6th, 2012. East LA Rep is located at 1350 San Pablo St., East LA, CA 90033 (near LA County/USC Medical Center)

Soapbox is an interdisciplinary art festival featuring the art of working professionals who moonlight as unsuspecting artists! There will be art, music, and goods for sale! Doors open at 7:30pm. Performances Begin at 8pm.
$2 Entry Fee or a Bottle of Two Buck Chuck

Second, there’s also Casita del Pueblo’s 7th Annual Dia de los Muertos/Day of the Dead exhibition artist reception on Saturday, October 6th, 2012 from 6pm to 10pm. The exhibition runs from Saturday, October…

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