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Get on the bus: #ArtsMatter, and other theatre news

Get on the bus: #ArtsMatter, and other theatre news

The stories theatre lovers have been talking about this week.

1. Art in transit: Shepard Fairey's #ArtsMatter piece aboard Metro buses by Jaime Wetherbe [LATimes.com]
July 25, 2013

Shepard Fairey's new piece of art could soon be driving by you on the L.A. streets.

The Los Angeles Fund for Public Education on Tuesday unveiled its latest addition to its #ArtsMatter public art project, a bold graphic by Fairey that will be splashed across six city buses and hundreds of billboards for the next four weeks. ...

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2. Hugh Jackman to bring one-man Broadway show to Los Angeles by Jamie Wetherbe [LATimes.com]
July 23, 2013

Hugh Jackman will make his Southern California stage debut this fall.

The Tony winner and Oscar nominee will bring his hit Broadway show "One Night Only" to Los Angeles to benefit the Motion Picture & Television Fund.

The one-man show ... 

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3. Connie Chats on Opening Night: A Parallelogram by Connie Danese [LAStageTimes.com]
July 23, 2013

The title of Bruce Norris’ new play at the Taper is defined in Webster’s as a quadrilateral with opposite sides parallel and equal (namely a rectangle, square or rhombus). At the final curtain, this humorous, provocative piece might best be defined as a conundrum – an unanswered riddle. ...

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4. Who's That at the Stage Door? Check Out Our Gallery of Broadway's Most Amazing Transformations by Broadway.com Staff [Broadway.com]
July 23, 2013

Broadway actors pride themselves on their ability to disappear into their characters, but some stage roles require extreme transformations. The most obvious example? Bertie Carvel, the handsome young British star who morphs into hulking Miss Trunchbull, Crunchem Hall Academy's utterly frightening headmistress in Matilda. ...

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Plus, check out why #ArtsMatter to leaders all over Los Angeles, and tell us why #ArtsMatter to you in the comments section!