Sunday, September 11, the LA Theatre Center (LATC) will present: "THE GLOBAL STAGE: The Theatre Movement in a Post 9/11 World," a panel discussion with international and American artists, scholars, and celebrities, on the 10th anniversary of the events that rocked theworld. It will seek to examine the possibilities and responsibilities of world artists in shaping a new future for global collaboration.
Talking about this event will beJOSE LUIS VALENZUELA, Artistic
Director of LATC, andBIANCA BAGATOURIAN, an experimental
playwright who likes to stretch the boundaries of theater and
whose works revolve around human rights themes, including a
play on the Revolution in Iran and an upcoming play based on
the works of noted historian, Howard Zinn. She is the president
of the Armenian Dramatic Arts Alliance.
"THE GLOBAL STAGE," is at noon, Sunday, September 11, LATC
Theatre 2, 514 S. Spring St. Admission is free.
Troy Davis has been given
an execution date of
September 21, despite the
fact that in the twenty years
he has spent on death row
in Georgia, the case against
him -- based on faulty
witness identifications --
See the Troy Anthony Daviswebsitefor more information
and to take action to stop the execution.
Last week, September 2, on The Michael Slate Show,
filmmakerJen Marlowe, andLaura Moye, Amnesty
International USA's Director of the Death Penalty Abolition
Campaign, talked about the case. Listen or downloadhere.