Notes from Arden
Alice Tuan’s “Hit” at LATC is very much like Los Angeles. You try to define it, to circumscribe it, and it slips out from your grasp. Rather, the play emotes a feeling, a comedic, horrific depiction of how we’ve learned, or been seduced by macroeconomics, to keep crashing into each other and fleeing, eating and fucking, rising and falling.
This Week’s Roundup: LADCC Nominations Announced; The Pinter Estate Gags the Wooster Group; Steven Leigh Morris’s Plan to Rent-Stabilize L.A. Theater; Pro99 Plaintiffs Looking for Crowdfunding Angels
“In an event that has some theater folks scratching their heads, the Wooster Group, the tremendously creative theater troupe hailing from Manhattan’s Lower East Side, has been prohibited by Samuel French from having critics review their production of Harold Pinter’s The Room when it plays this February at Disney Hall’s REDCAT Theater.” — by PAUL BIRCHALL
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