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Browse this calendar to find shows and events that feature the underserved artists of the greater Los Angeles area. The Spotlight Calendar is part of our Sharing The Spotlight initiative. Click here to see how this initiative fits into our EDI Roadmap.

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ALLOS The Story of CARLOS BULOSAN

ALLOS: The Story of Carlos Bulosan By Giovanni Ortega Directed by Fran de Leon Like so many immigrants seeking a better life, Carlos Bulosan followed his brothers from the Philippines to Seattle. He lived and worked across California, taking whatever jobs he could to survive, finding his voice in writing and fighting for workers’ rights…

BLACK NOURISHMENT

About Black Nourishment Introduced by Ron Cephas Jones and directed by Tyrone Davis and Bruce A. Lemon Jr., the second episode of Not a Moment, But a Movement features a cadre of spoken word artists from Cleveland, Atlanta, Oakland, and Los Angeles who explore the joy, the beauty, the complexities, and vast experiences of what it means to be nourished…

Question 27, Question 28

Question 27, Question 28 By Chay Yew Directed by Jully Lee What were the experiences of Japanese American women during the World War II concentration camps? How did they keep hope alive for themselves, their families and community? Question 27, Question 28 uses real interviews and testimonials to tell their stories of hardship, determination and community. This…

The LATRELL Show

IAMA Theatre Company presents A Virtual Premiere Production The LATRELL Show by Brandon Kyle Goodman Co-Directed by Stefanie Black* and Devere Rogers* Streaming on demand May 23, 2021 - June 20, 2021 The LATRELL Show is a dark comedy that explores the mental aerobics of being Black and Queer in America by way of a hilarious…

IN RESPONSE: PART III

Save the Date for June 13th at 4 pm as we celebrate Juneteenth 2021 with IN RESPONSE: PART III. We hope you'll join us in the TST Virtual Salon for Performance Readings of these four impactful plays. Another "Contribute What You Can" event.

AN OCTOROON

The Fountain Theatre 5060 Fountain Avenue, Los Angeles

Storytelling Classes For Parents

The Casa 0101 Spring 2021 Youth & Family Program aims to cultivate creativity, confidence, and storytelling for both youth and their parents or guardians. Through workshops in Acting, Dance, Playwriting, and Storytelling, participants will tell their own stories or those written by others in a group during a culminating performance on June 19, 2021. All…

AN OCTOROON

The Fountain Theatre 5060 Fountain Avenue, Los Angeles

 

The Spotlight Calendar lists shows and events that feature the underserved artists of the greater Los Angeles area. If you have an event you’d like us to consider please use our Calendar Submission Form. Registered organizations should use this link to add their events directly.