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Cal Arts' REDCAT Theatre Presents Radar International Festival 2013

REDCAT, Cal Arts’ Downtown Center for for Contemporary Arts, in conjunction with Centre Theatre Group, presents Radar L.A. International Festival of Contemporary Theater 2013, a week- long festival starting Sept. 20 with over 100 live theatre performances featuring international artists hailing from Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Los Angeles, and includes premiers of local and international collaborations. 


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“Over the span of the festival, you’ll encounter visionary artists and unforgettable works of theater,” according to a statement on REDCAT’s website.

Notable performances include Cal Arts’ Prometheus Bound (Los Angeles) , Luis Alfaro’s St. Jude (Los Angeles), Mariano Pensotti’s  Sometimes I Think, I Can See You (Argentina), Lemi Ponifasio/MAU’s Stones In Her Mouth  (New Zealand) and much more. To view the full list of performances, visit REDCAT’s website.

From UCLA to Culver City and Bunker Hill to  Malibu, the Radar International Festival takes place in multiple dynamic venues and facilities in those select cities. For a full list of venues for the festival, visit REDCAT’s website.

The Radar L.A. International Festival of Contemporary Theater kicks off with Luis Alfaro’s St. Jude on Friday, Sept. 20 at 8 p.m. at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. The nostalgic and emotionally charged narrative, under the direction of Robert Egan, recounts the pivotal stages of Alfaro’s life in the Central Valley including family holidays to picking grapes to running away from home at 16 years old. The onslaught of his father’s sickness conjures up these memories.

Radar L.A. offers a  5-Event Flex Pass, that gives the patron the ability to select five individual events any time after single tickets go on sale. Passes can be used for five admissions to any festival performance, with the exception of Prometheus at the Getty Villa and Shun-Kin at UCLA.

NOTE: Advance reservations are strongly encouraged.

For most festival venues, single tickets can be purchased online at redcat.org, or by calling REDCAT's Box Office at 213-237-2800.

The following venues have their own box office, pricing and policies. Contact the venue directly for single tickets.

Kirk Douglas Theatre

213-628-2772 | centertheatregroup.org

The Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman Theater

The Getty Villa

310-440-7300 | getty.edu

Freud Playhouse at Macgowan Hall

310-825-2101 | cap.ucla.edu

ABOUT REDCAT | THE ROY AND EDNA DISNEY/CALARTS THEATER REDCAT CalArts' downtown center for contemporary arts, presents a dynamic and international mix of innovative visual, performing and media arts year round. Located inside the iconic Walt Disney Concert Hall complex in downtown Los Angeles, REDCAT houses a theater, a gallery space and a lounge. Through performances, exhibitions, screenings, and literary events, REDCAT introduces diverse audiences, students and artists to the most influential developments in the arts from around the world, and gives artists in this region the creative support they need to achieve national and international stature. REDCAT continues the tradition of the California Institute of the Arts, its parent organization, by encouraging experimentation, discovery and lively civic discourse. Street Address: 631 West 2nd Street, Los Angeles CA 90012. Gallery Hours: Tuesdays–Sundays from noon until 6 pm and through intermission.


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Cal Arts' REDCAT Theatre Presents Radar International Festival 2013


Article: Cal Arts' REDCAT Theatre Presents Radar International Festival 2013
Source: Santa Clarita News
Author: Luzzei Tsuji