The production of “The African Company Presents Richard III,” with a two-hour running time, has a visually entertaining quality.
Luis Valdez and Jorge Huerta spotlighted the significance of Chicano theater experiences and its importance to past and budding Latino artists.
ELAC professor Francois-Pierre Couture dedicated his days teaching students about the theater setup. Couture is currently in duel roles as the Scenic and Lighting Director as well as production manager.
The East Los Angeles College Theater Department premieres “Enfrascada” by Tania Saracho, a story about women’s voice and empowerment.
East Los Angeles College’s theater club The Performance East Club proved they live by the phrase the show must go on.Even with the COVID-19 outbreak shutting down campus last year, the club found a way to continue holding meetings by going virtual.
By Russell Zazueta Opening night for “Den of Thieves” at the Black Box Theatre proves director Rodney Lloyd Scott has a talent to keep an audience alive with suspense. When ingredients such as stupidity, guns, money, sex and desperation are mixed together to create a story about thieves, the biggest risk in the plot is to not get caught red-handed. The show takes the audience back to New York in…
By Cortez Cruz Serrato Former East Los Angeles College theatre actress Alexandra Ximenez has moved on to attend the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, in London. Currently, she is in London and has started her studies abroad. Last year, Ximenez became encouraged by her friend and mentor Rich Moore, the director of “Wreck It Ralph,” to take her talents to the next level by applying to art schools….