August 30, 1987
What: The Los Angeles Festival. Who: More than 30 artistic performers and groups from all over the world, including Sweden, France, South Africa, Great Britain, Spain and the United States. When: Sept. 3-27. Where: Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Embassy Theatre, Fletcher Bowron Square, James A. Doolittle Theatre, Japan America Theatre, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles Theatre Center, Mark Taper Forum and Raleigh Film & TV Studios No. 11 and No. 12.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 26, 1990
South Bay residents who would like to be a part of the 1990 Los Angeles Festival, to be held Saturday through Sept. 16, are invited to participate as volunteers. Volunteer jobs include stage managers, parking attendants, hospitality workers, security monitors, maintenance workers, public information assistants, runners, translators, press center assistants, ushers, concession and refreshment sellers, couriers, cashiers, bookkeepers, telephone answerers and office sitters.
September 17, 1990 |
Theater artists and marketing directors have bitched and moaned, for as long as I can remember, about the graying of our audiences and our inability to attract black, Asian, Latino and Indian patrons. As we stood in the back of our theaters and surveyed the endless sea of blue-haired Caucasians we asked ourselves: Why aren't we attracting people less than 50 years old and of color to our theaters? What are we doing wrong?