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February 4, 2003 | Don Shirley, Times Staff Writer
"Red Thread," Stephen Legawiec's martial arts-infused drama set in ancient China and produced for Ziggurat Theatre at the little Gascon Center Theatre in Culver City, won seven nominations -- more than any other show -- for the annual Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle awards, the circle announced Monday. The runner-up, with six nominations, was South Coast Repertory's lavish production of Shaw's "Major Barbara."
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February 4, 2003 | Don Shirley, Times Staff Writer
"Red Thread," Stephen Legawiec's martial arts-infused drama set in ancient China and produced for Ziggurat Theatre at the little Gascon Center Theatre in Culver City, won seven nominations -- more than any other show -- for the annual Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle awards, the circle announced Monday. The runner-up, with six nominations, was South Coast Repertory's lavish production of Shaw's "Major Barbara."
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May 5, 2002 | F. KATHLEEN FOLEY
Philosophers from Plato to Paglia have long acknowledged that myth is society's building block, the barometer of a common world culture extending back to the cave. But just what place does myth have in Hollywood, where the high concept is king and humanistic considerations commonly yield to the youth demographic? That's an issue Stephen Legawiec, founder and artistic director of the Ziggurat Theatre, has set out to address, one production at a time.
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