March 16, 2003 |
Lots of emotional weather, both sunny and harsh, has been breaking out at the Evidence Room during the run-up to Saturday's world premiere of "Mayhem," Kelly Stuart's drama about the weight of global politics landing on one very unhappy Los Angeles couple. And that's not counting what happens in the play itself.
December 5, 2002 |
Megan Mullally, co-star of the NBC sitcom "Will & Grace," will star in Kelly Stuart's play "Mayhem" at the Evidence Room in Los Angeles, March 1-30. Set during the Democratic Convention in Los Angeles in 2000, "Mayhem" had been scheduled to open in May as part of the Taper, Too series at the Ivy Substation. But a playwriting workshop that Stuart will teach in Iowa conflicted with the Taper, Too dates. No one had yet been cast in the Taper, Too production.
May 6, 1997
The Mark Taper Forum's special "Pay What You Can" discount program is being offered for events in the Taper's New Theatre for Now today, May 25 and June 13. Today's presentation is a double bill of "Demonology" by Kelly Stuart and "The Joy of Going Somewhere Definite" by Quincy Long. "The Street of the Sun" by Jose Rivera will be performed May 25 and "Mules" by Winsome Pinnock will be performed June 13. All events are at 8 p.m.
December 29, 2002 |
Luis Alfaro Playwright-producer 2003 will be busy for Alfaro, 41, Mark Taper Forum's associate producer of new play development. He's taking over Taper, Too and the Taper's New Work Festival from the departing Robert Egan. Alfaro's own work will be produced: "Body of Faith" by Cornerstone Theater in February; "Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner" at Taper, Too in April; "Borderlands" will be seen in Seattle and "Electricidad" in Tucson. "Straight as a Line" is a hit in Romania.
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January 11, 2012 |
By Tuesday afternoon, Kiersten Carlin had been driving around Downey for two days in search of her father, a retired San Diego County sheriff's deputy who hadn't been seen in four years — until last week. Larry Everett Starks, 69, was living in Florida when he fell off his medication for schizophrenia and was evicted from his apartment. His sister filed a missing persons' report Dec. 15, 2007, with the San Diego County Sheriff's Department, said Lt. Kelly Stuart, a representative of the department.
April 30, 1994 |
"You don't have to telegraph how sick you are," admonishes one of the characters in Kelly Stuart's "Shoot," at the Cast-at-the-Circle Theatre. Stuart might well have listened to this advice when she created the misfits of "Shoot." At first these people are darkly comic, in the same way an underground comic might be. But not many people read the same underground comic for more than an hour, and after a while the people of "Shoot" wear out their welcome.