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Urban Theatre Movement would like to express its most sincere thank you to Ilene Aluma, Judd Azoulay, Brenda Banda, Marc Fleisher, Marlene Forte, Stephen Adly Guirgis, Karen Henry, Robert Kitagawa, Lisa Valerie Morgan, Mark Riley, Elenore Schapiro, Elizabeth von Schoenermarck, and Karena Sounalath for their warm hospitality, nurturing and mentoring. Thank you for helping us grow as a company. We are forever grateful.
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FROM THE THEATRE COMPANY THAT BROUGHT YOU THE HIGHLY ACCLAIMED “SHORT EYES”, DESCRIBED BY THE LA TIMES AS “PROFANE, FUNNY AND BURNING WITH VIVID LIFE” UTM PRESENTS :URBAN LEGENDS- ORIGINAL ONE ACT PLAY FESTIVAL WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY THE MEMBERS … Continue reading
Words from Judas himself.
Yeah, I took it. Wasn’t hard. Judas is such a push over. an easy touch. I was prepared to work much harder. He was kind of a disappointment really. All I had to do was want it, and he gave … Continue reading
In my opinion, theater is meant to provoke thought or act as a catalyst for social change. It’s ability to do this, is what began my love affair with it. This show in particular, does this so well that I … Continue reading
What is this play about, anyway? Well, for me, this play is an examination of what it means to give up on yourself. I feel that Stephen Adly Guirgis aptly chose Judas Iscariot as his subject because the audience can … Continue reading
Wanting to be part of yet another new Los Angeles production of a Guirgis’ play gave me pause. Thoughts and feelings scrambled, balancing incredible exhilaration and instantaneous lethargy….another JUDAS ISCARIOT? REALLY? It took me some time to decipher… Does the … Continue reading