Tonight I’ll be participating in an evening of short plays as part of the Fresh Brews. I’ll be in the play ADVICE FOR WOMEN, written by a fellow Princeton alum
An evening of freshly-brewed short plays by rising artists in the heart of the Downtown L.A. Arts District
Thursday, April 12th at 7:00 p.m.
Angel City Brewery – 216 Alameda St., Los Angeles 90012
In the multi-purpose event space
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This is a FREE EVENT… But we are accepting donations so that we can continue to provide greater access and dynamic programming for a diverse array of rising L.A. artists
ADVICE FOR WOMEN by Ronit Rubinstein
A darkly hilarious take on the barrage of conflicting messages that women receive about how to exist in a man’s world — and where these contradictions might lead.
KID STUFF by Chris Shaw Swanson
When their son’s school art project provokes an unexpected reaction, two parents are forced to examine the boundaries of social responsibility and creative expression.
TASTING by Eric Reyes Loo
In a hip Downtown L.A. bar, the new tasting menu leads to a debate about cultural appropriation, how our experiences help to define us, and the delicate boundary between ethnic identity and personal history.
WE JUST HAVE A FEW QUESTIONS by Thomas Brandon
A chilling take on the trauma and discomfort associated with reporting a sexual assault.
This article was written by Kimberly