A few weeks ago, an Armenian theater artist/producer in Los Angeles posted on Facebook that she was selling her collection of art from Armenia in order to fund her future theater projects.
After a sleepy summer, Armenian theater greeted the fall with fervor, as four different productions succeeded one another within a five-week frame.
Celebrating its 10th year of operation, the Armenian Dramatic Arts Alliance (ADAA) is honored to host The Saroyan/Paul Human Rights Playwriting Prize, a contest which highlights voices calling out from around the globe for justice.
Emmy Award winning composer Denise Gentilini and writing partner, internationally celebrated singer/songwriter Lisa Nemzo, bring their original production, I AM ALIVE to Los Angeles.
The Armenian Diaspora and the collective performing arts world will experience the “2016 Pan Armenian Entertainment Awards” at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California on Sunday, November 6, 2016.
Around 20 participants between the ages of 21 and 35 from the United States and Canada on June 30 participated in ArtLinks 2016, a four-day arts retreat in Quebec organized by the Hamazkayin regional boards of the East Coast, West Coast, and Canada.
Michael Arabian directed the Tennessee Williams’ play Kingdom of Earth, while actress Karen Kondazian will appear in Williams’ play Baby Doll, both to be featured in Los Angeles.
Armenian American playwright Lisa Kirazian’s play, “On Air,” will be featured at a San Diego-based theater festival from July 21-24.
Hamazkayin will host ‘ArtLinks’ retreat in Quebec, Canada, from June 30 to July 3 featuring workshops, networking events, dance, and live music.
A disillusioned woman’s face-to-face confrontation with her younger self serves as the premise of Anahid Aramouni Keshishian’s intriguing play, “Ginuh” (The Woman), which concluded a three-weekend run at the Victory Theatre on April 3, theater review by Aram Kouyoumdjian