A Streetcar Named Desire
by Tennessee Williams
directed by Zoe Aja Moore
Live Arts Exchange (LAX) Fesival
Produced with Los Angeles Performance Practice

Written by Tennessee Williams and directed by Zoe Aja Moore, this Streetcar Named Desire approaches the text as a cultural landmark from which to make discoveries about our contemporary memory, sexuality, and destabilized identity.

Featuring Cristina Fernandez, Andrea LeBlanc, Ryan Masson and Jesse Saler, and design work from Liz Toonkel and Kate Fry.

Thursday, 10/8, 7:00p 
Friday, 10/9, 7:00p
Saturday, 10/10, 7:00p
Sunday, 10/11, 6:00p 

Wednesday, 10/14, 7:00p 
Friday, 10/16, 7:00p 
Saturday, 10/17, 3:00p
Sunday, 10/18, 2:00p

Monday, 10/19, 7:00p 
Thursday, 10/22, 7:00p
Saturday, 10/24, 7:00p 
Sunday, 10/25, 2:00p 


Celebration, Florida / Greg Wohead
Live Arts Exchange (LAX) Festival

A show featuring two unrehearsed performers.

Veering between reality and simulation, Celebration, Florida orbits around ideas of surrogacy; a stand-in to replace a person you miss, a re-creation of an experience you can’t stop thinking about, nostalgia for a place that never existed.

This is a show for anyone who has ever missed anyone or anything.

Greg will speak to you through two performers using pre-recorded audio and headphones. The performers will know almost nothing about the show before they walk on stage.

Greg Wohead is a writer and performer based between Los Angeles and London, originally from Texas. He makes theatre performances, one-to-one pieces and audio work. He has shown and developed new work in the UK at places like Battersea Arts Centre, Bristol Old Vic, Forest Fringe, Mayfest and The Yard, and outside the UK at The Orchard Project, Bios (Athens), MC Theater (Amsterdam) and MAKE (Ireland).

Tuesday, 10/20 7:30pm
Wednesday, 10/21 7:30pm
Friday, 10/23 7:30pm
Saturday, 10/24 2:30pm


Jodie Landau / wild Up- you of all things
Live Arts Exchange (LAX) Festival

Jodie Landau and wild Up celebrate the release of “you of all things” on Bedroom Community. The album is the culmination of an international musical collaboration between Los Angeles’ ground breaking music collective wild Up, emerging LA performer/composer Jodie Landau and the Icelandic all-female choir Graduale Nobili, who recorded and toured with Björk on her Biophilia project.

Friday, October 16 9:00pm

unadult / Genevieve Carson
Live Arts Exchange (LAX) Festival

Unadult is a dance theater experience that invites the audience into a poignant and hauntingly honest look at the female experience of growing into womanhood. As the cast of five female performers set off on a journey filled with triumphs and defeats, grand physicality is punctuated with delicate, technical refinement, and hilarious declarations. The result is a heart-warming performance filled with comedy, quarrels, joy, and self-reflection.

Saturday, 10/17 at 7:30p
Sunday, 10/18 at 4:30p


Timur & the Dime Museum

Timur and the Dime Museum's "COLLAPSE" album release party and showcase of new projects! The band will perform excerpts from Point of Presence by Daniel Corral, Permanent Revolution of Trotsky by Timur, the Ori Barrel and Andrew Lessman Trio, and Capillaria by Hungarian composer Gregory Vajda and libretto by David Hill. Also featuring guest performances by Isaura String Quartet and Cardoo.

Tuesday, 10/20 at 9:00p




Bootleg Theater 'Your Art Here' Mural Contest Details

WRITE CLUB Los Angeles is:
3 bouts of
2 opposing writers/ 2 opposing ideas
7 minutes apiece
Audience picks a winner
Net proceeds go to charities of winners' choosing

Pay-What-You-Can $5 - $25

Literature as Bloodsport.
Prize money to charity.

MONDAY Oct 12 @ 7pm
And the 2nd Monday of every month



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