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April 30, 1996
Barbara Bosson ("Murder One"), Ella Joyce ("Roc"), Amy Pietz ("Caroline in the City"), Kevin Kilner ("Almost Perfect") and Christine Avila ("Zoot Suit") will play a group of jurors of mixed heritage trying to decide a racially sensitive court case in L.A. Theatre Works' live radio production "Voire Dire," written by Joe Sutton. The radio play, which will be recorded live for future broadcast on KCRW-FM (89.9), will be performed live on Wednesday through Saturday at 8 p.m.
May 16, 1997
Edward Asner, Tyne Daly and Yeardley Smith ("The Simpsons") will star in a new revival of the musical "Guns," which will be performed June 4-7 as a part of L.A. Theatre Works' "The Play's the Thing" live radio theater series. The performances, at the Doubletree Guest Suites hotel in Santa Monica, will be recorded for future broadcast on KCRW-FM (89.9). Tickets are $23 and $26; student tickets may be purchased for half price 10 minutes prior to curtain. For information, call (310) 827-0808.
August 14, 1998
L.A. Theatre Works' live performance radio theater series will offer seven plays during the fall-winter season.
April 22, 1998
After more than a year of negotiations, an acclaimed literary organization has signed a new lease to remain in the former Venice City Hall, officials said. The 10-year lease for Beyond Baroque, a literary salon and bookstore which took up residence in the historic building in 1980, was approved by the city Department of General Services Monday, said Niki Tennant, a spokeswoman for City Councilwoman Ruth Galanter, who pushed for the unusually long lease. The annual rent is $1, Tennant said.
Richard Dreyfuss and Marsha Mason, founding members of the award-winning L.A. Theatre Works Radio Company, are protesting a decision on the part of KCRW-FM (89.9) to drop "KCRW Playhouse" and its "star attraction": their group's Sunday-night series "The Play's the Thing." In a letter sent to general manager Ruth Seymour on Monday, the actors called the move, initiated in late March, a retreat from the kind of programming that made the station the "flagship" of the Los Angeles public radio scene.
January 10, 2008
Finding a cure for cancer would, of course, be a positive thing. But might such a monumental discovery come with equally big questions of ethics, money and power? Find out when a young cancer researcher makes an apparent breakthrough in playwright (and clinical psychologist) Bob Clyman's science-minded drama "Secret Order," opening at the Skirball Cultural Center on Wednesday. Don't expect any lab coats here, however, as the cast -- including George Segal ("Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
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