• Open Circle Migration
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    Open Circle: Migration

                A gathering of artists and art lovers, for community and conversation. Sunday, April 2, 2017 Doors open at 6:30 PM Program begins at 7PM 606 Moulton Ave, LA 90031 Street parking available on Moulton…

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    FLASH Festival 2016

    In our fourth biennial FLASH Festival, Chalk Rep has invited fifteen Los Angeles playwrights to create original ten-minute plays inspired by a space, to be performed in that location. This year we are in residence at St. John’s Cathedral, with…

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    In Case of Emergency

      The garage door of a private home becomes a curtain, rising on Meredith, a single woman who has filled her garage with supplies for any emergency. It’s gotten a little out of of hand, which is why she’s hired…

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    Uncle Vanya

    In a new translation by Libby Appel, Chalk Rep explores Chekhov’s mid-life crisis play with hyper-realism, setting it in the here and now at Neutra Institute Museum of Silverlake.

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    FLASH Festival 2014

    A downtown high-rise apartment building is the host for our third FLASH Festival, in which 15 LA Playwrights are invited to write original 10-minute plays to be performed in a specific location. 15 teams of Actors and Directors were then…

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    FLASH Festival 2012

    FLASH Festival 2012 challenges fifteen Los Angeles playwrights to write a ten-minute play inspired by and performed in The Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits. With only eight hours of rehearsal, fifteen teams of directors and actors will…

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    Three Sisters

    Chalk Repertory Theatre will kicks off its inaugural season with the U.S. premiere of Susan Coyne’s adaptation of Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov. A limited engagement in the recently restored Masonic Lodge of the Hollywood Forever Cemetery.

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    Rachel and James are a white couple who move to Ohio from Uganda hoping to provide a better life for their adopted, African son, Daniel. However, they struggle to find a place for Daniel in the public school system as…