“Happy Armenians,” the newest play by award-winning playwright and director Aram Kouyoumdjian, has captured a Best Stage Play (Drama) nomination from the NoHo Fringe Festival.
What makes “Happy Armenians” such a gleeful web of jolts is that while Kouyoumdjian ostensibly suggests answers to that question, he has enormous fun deconstructing them, right down to their unmentionables. T
The Vista Players have recently relocated from Northern California to Los Angeles and ‘Happy Armenians’, a truly interesting, unusual and entertaining play is a great beginning for their foray into the local NoHo theatre scene.
Displacement is the story of the Russian Armenian displacement during World War II and its lasting effect on the people then, and the greater Armenian community now.
The Grimeborn Festival at the Arcola Theatre is back for its ninth year. Offering reimagined classics, obscure masterpieces, and interesting new work, Grimeborn is one of the summer festival highlights in London, taking opera aficionados on a journey of discovery.
Arcola Theatre will stage the UK premiere of Gariné by Dikran Tchoukhajian, in a new adaptation by acclaimed French director Gerald Papasian.
Woody Allen’s riotous staging of Puccini’s comic masterpiece, “Gianni Schicchi,” starring Plácido Domingo, highlights Haigazian University’s 60th Anniversary Gala Celebration.
LOS ANGELES—Center Theatre Group (CTG), one of the largest theatre companies in the nation, in partnership with the Armenian Dramatic Artists Alliance (ADAA), presented “Staging the Unstageable: The Esthetics of Dramatizing Atrocity” – an evening of celebrity play-readings and a panel – at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City, on Tuesday, April 28, to…
LOS ANGELES—The Armenian Improv group is at it again. The wacky, zany, madcap group that rocked the Whitefire Theatre last year is back again with some new shenanigans. The run opens on May 15 at the same venue and goes on until the end of June. “We’re so excited we can’t wait,” says Vahe Berberian,…