‘Kindred’ goes on the road

By Jesus Figueroa East Los Angeles College’s Theatre Arts Department is invited to perform the play “Kindred” at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival on Feb 10-14. The festival will be held at Dixie State University St. in George, Utah. The theatre department will be competing in Region VII. The region consist of college from Arizona, Central and Southern California, Hawaii, Southern Nevada and Utah. The department is holding…

February 7, 2015
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‘Kindred’ reveals story of human spirit

May 21, 2014

  By Erik Luna Being kindred spirits is more than being best friends. It’s about sharing a bond that goes beyond anything else – even death. Daniel Keleher’s play “Kindred” illustrates the complexity of this theme with wit and emotion through the eyes of two kindred spirits who just happen to be prison inmates. The play, which opened last Friday at East Los Angeles College’s Proscenium Theatre, starts as soon…

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ELAC actor gets first lead role

May 17, 2014

  By Stevie Rodriguez Clifton Smith is currently starring in the play “Kindred” at East Los Angeles College, directed by Daniel Keleher, which runs on the weekends of May 16-18 and 23-25. Smith has acted in three other plays but this is his first lead role. Smith’s character in Kindred is Joey, whom is a prisoner facing a life sentence. Smith grew up in Altadena, California and attended Pasadena High…

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‘Kindred’ actor receives first lead role

May 13, 2014

By Stevie Rodriguez Clifton Smith is currently starring in the play “Kindred” at East Los Angeles College, directed by Daniel Keleher, which runs on the weekends of May 16-18 & 23-25. Smith has acted in three other plays but this is his first lead role. Smith’s character in Kindred is Joey, whom is a prisoner facing a life sentence. Smith grew up in Altadena, California and attended Pasadena High School….

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