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
New York Writer/Performer Lousine Shamamian is bringing her explosive one-woman show Shake The Earth to Los Angeles for two performances.
The Armenian Dramatic Arts Alliance (ADAA), is proud to announce the Honorary Jury for the 2016 cycle of the biennial Saroyan/Paul $10,000 Human Rights Prize in Playwriting.
AGBU’s Satamian Theatre Group – the only troupe in Los Angeles that regularly produces Armenian-language plays – puzzlingly sat out 2015, without marking the Genocide Centennial in any way.
“Philharmonia Orchestra” and “Philharmonia Voices” under the baton of renowned Norwegian conductor Salonen gave a recital dedicated to great Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg (1843 –1907) at Royal Festival Hall in London on the 26th November 2016.
“Happy Armenians” unfolds in an alternate version of history in which the Kingdom of Cilicia did not meet its end in 1375
A magical night took place in Montebello, Sunday evening, on November 8th. You could hear a pin drop as an attentive crowd of over 600 watched a staged reading of Displacement written by Shauna Vartanian and expertly directed by film and theatre director, Von Kochar.
By the end of World War II in Europe, millions of former forced laborers, concentration camp inmates, prisoners of war, and anti-Stalin Soviets were uprooted from their homes.