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THE PURPOSE OF THEATER CRITICISM IN THE TWENTY FIRST CENTURYevents & workshops · bitter lemons · Ages 16+ · family friendly · 2hrs · United States ·
Sponsored by LA’s most popular theater site, Bitter Lemons (www.Bitter-Lemons.com), and moderated by its Editor-in-Chief, Colin Mitchell, The Purpose of Theater Criticism in the Twenty First Century will be an irreverent yet substantive discussion, tapping the best minds in LA Theater.
Current participants are Bill Raden, LA Weekly; Margaret Gray, LA Times; Terry Morgan, LAist, Ramona Pilar Gonzales, pLAwriting in the city; Tony Frankel, Stage and Cinema; and Anthony Byrnes, KCRW.
It will be an entertaining, lively and enlightening discussion and there will be ample time for audience Q&A. RSVP is encouraged as seats will fill quickly!
On my thirty third birthday, I revisit my "comical" life events. Surviving three wars in the Middle East, losing my virginity in a brothel, courtesy of uncle Fady! Finally moving to Los Angeles where I perpetually try to balance sex, Catholic guilt, family and auditions, basically my own internal wars.