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The Soft Camp at Grand Park

If you like your kid-firendly art mixed with food trucks and movies, Grand Park in downtown L.A. is the place for you this Saturday night (8/31) starting at 5:30pm. The Popwagon will be a part of Street Food Cinema’s movies in the park series and will be presenting the latest production of The Soft Camp – a hands-on theatrical installation where kids can enjoy the antics of Ida and Rudy then climb up on stage to act out their own comedies with interactive props and scenic elements. After that, everyone’s welcome to relax in L.A.’s fanciest park for an outdoor screening of The Neverending Story

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Next Stop for the Popwagon…

The culmination project for a college course on post-modern theatre.

Free Cupcakes!
May 2, 2012 at 7PM
8343 Creighton Avenue
Los Angeles 90045  (MAP)

A plethora of postmodern jargon all mixed up in one night of theatre, film, art, and song… There might even be cupcakes.

Featuring these artists:

  • Rainer Barrett
  • Michael Bernieri
  • Patrick Buchanan
  • Veronica Coe
  • Mara De La Rosa
  • Adam Dlugolecki
  • Julian Garcia
  • Jordanna Harris
  • Luc Hediger
  • Cale Honda
  • Steven Jones
  • Jenn Kirk
  • Julie Kocher
  • Joy Mamey
  • Melissa McIntosh
  • Nelia Miller
  • Vivian Miranda
  • Cha’nel Mitchell
  • Amanda Navarra
  • Nigel Neumeier
  • Tom Nieboer
  • Olivia O’Neill
  • Rachel Rosenstein
  • Molly Rotschild
  • Shayna Sorrentino
  • Arden Tse

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If you're afraid theatre criticism is fading fast – read this

Critical Crossfire: Charles McNulty and Steven Leigh Morris on L.A. Theater

Here’s a thoughtful exchange between two esteemed Los Angeles theatre critics. Of particular interest to Trade City was this quote from Stephen Leigh Morris:

I’d like to see more interaction between L.A.’s thriving art and music scenes and its theater culture. I wish artistic directors would break out of the straitjacket of the two-hour drama with 15-minute intermission. Why not produce a 45-minute piece in an art gallery or a marathon offering in a site-specific locale? What about more joint programs with dance companies and music groups?

Also of interest was the photo they used that showed a scene from Ghost Road Ensemble’s Home Siege Home (with set by Maureen Weiss)