PAY WHAT YOU CAN PERFORMANCE ADDED! THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 8 P.M.! Details here: https://www.broadwayworld.com/los-angeles/article/Interact-Theatre-CompanyAnnounces-Pay-What-You-Can-Performance-Of-NICE-FISH-ByMark-RylanceAndLouis-Jenkins-20180320
Starring (in order of appearance):
Evan Bartoletti, Scenic Designer
Carol Doehring, Lighting Designer
Carolyn Mazuca, Costume Designer
Allyson B. Fanger, Costume Consultant
Stevie Anne Nemazee, Puppet Designer and Puppeteer
Eric Babb, Property Designer
Martin Carrillo, Sound Designer
Chip Bolcik, Sound Operator
Cate Caplin, Choreographer
Gina S. De Luca, Stage Manager
Marcy Capoferri, Box Office Manager
Jonathan Martin Berry, Musician (strings)
Sam KS, Musician (percussion)
Michael Skloff, Music Director
Original Music by Michael Skloff and Sam KS
Keaton Shapiro, Producer
Ken Werther, Press Representative
“Easter Parade,” music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, is used by special arrangement with The Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization, on behalf of the Estate of Irving Berlin, www.irvingberlin.com. All Rights Reserved.
*Members of Actors’ Equity Association, The Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
“Since its inception in 1990, Interact Theatre Company has become known as one of the most exciting theatrical hamlets in the urban forest.”
-F. KATHLEEN FOLEY, THE LOS ANGELES TIMES
Interact Theatre Company is a collective of theatre professionals dedicated to nurturing our craft through the exploration, development and presentation of classic, contemporary, and original texts, providing a forum for educational and cultural enrichment, and creating a positive impact on audiences through the unique experience of live theatre.
Interact Theatre Company is in-residence at The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles, 1238 W. 1st Street, Los Angeles, CA 90026
Please join us Monday evenings at Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles for our member-sponsored Monday Night Play Readings and the ITC Play Development Lab.
Play readings happen every Monday evening at 7:00 p.m. and consist of classic, contemporary, and original plays and screenplays, performed by company members and guest actors. To hear a listing of what’s being read, please call the Interact Hotline at 818-765-8732.
The last Monday of each month features our Play Development Lab, presenting new works-in-progress performed by company members and followed by group discussion and analysis, moderated by Anita Khanzadian.
All events are free and open to the public. Our schedule is subject to change, so please check the calendar on this website regularly.
ITC presents a staged reading of
“AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE”
by Henrik Ibsen
Directed by Barry Heins
at UCLA School of Law
April 16, 2018
Free and open to the public. http://interactla.org/itc-staged-readings-at-ucla/
From The New York Times: Ibsen Wrote ‘An Enemy of the People’ in 1882. Trump Has Made It Popular Again.
The play, about a divisive antihero and whistle-blower, has no good guys, and a town tragically divided by politics.
IN THE NEWS
Read VoyageLA’s interview with ITC’s President, Barry Heins: