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Fountain Theatre Kicks Off 2019 with ‘Fem Fest’ Reading Series

First up: Lauren Gunderson’s provocative Natural Shocks gets four weeks of staged readings at the Fountain, each weekend spearheaded by a different theater company, and featuring a different set of actors each week, cast by the Fountain Theatre, Rogue Machine,... Continue Reading →

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Pulitzer Prize-Winning ‘Cost of Living’ Playwright Martyna Majok To Engage L.A. Audiences, Theater Pros at Two Fountain Theatre Events

Press Release New York-based playwright Martyna Majok, whose 2018 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama Cost of Living is currently receiving its West Coast premiere at the Fountain Theatre, will interact with local audiences and theater professionals at two special events. On Saturday,... Continue Reading →

Rebuilding Lives After Katrina: Fountain Theatre’s ‘Runaway Home’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move According to Fountain Theatre co-artistic director, Stephen Sachs, Runaway Home, a world premiere by Jeremy J. Kamps, directed by Shirley Jo Finney, puts a human face on citizens rebuilding after Katrina. And although..."the... Continue Reading →

Kitchen Fires Heat Up “My Mañana Comes”

Reviewed by Marc Wheeler As a national dialogue on income inequality and immigration reform takes center stage in America, Elizabeth Irwin’s playful yet deeply potent My Mañana Comes is a timely immersion into the very real struggles the working class... Continue Reading →

Theatrical Combat at the Fountain Theatre begins Feb 12th

Get ready to enter a world of theatrical combat where audiences pick the winner in Fountain Theatre’s Rapid Development Series for young writers. Get a first look at the work of young, up-and-coming playwrights with this free, competition-style reading series designed to... Continue Reading →

Broomstick: Starring Jenny O’Hara at the Fountain Theatre

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Once upon a time, in the deep dark woods... Actress Jenny O'Hara takes on the darker and realer side of a fairytale witch in the one woman presentation of, Broomstick, a West Coast... Continue Reading →

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