The Size of Pike

The Size of Pike

By Lee Wochner

To sit behind a desk is to “check your nuts at the door” according to Rod, who views his friends’ ability to adapt to the changing world around them as tantamount to treason. When in the wake of Rod’s father’s death, his best friend Fetcher opts for a weekend at Lake Jamaica with the country club set instead of their annual fishing trip to Lake Fred, strong bonds forged in adolescence threaten to break. Caught in the middle, third-wheel John must choose sides: Rod’s, Fetcher’s or his own. Continue Reading

The Car Plays @ The Off-Center Festival 2013

The Car Plays @ The Off-Center Festival 2013

The Car Plays return to the Off-Center Festival at Orange County’s Segerstrom Performing Arts Center.Continue Reading

Meet Me at the Metro III – Paranormal Communications Specialist

Meet Me at the Metro III – Paranormal Communications Specialist

Meet Me @ Metro (M3-III), Watts Village Theater Company’s third annual celebration of transit and the performing arts, featured “Paranormal Communications Specialist” by Moving Arts. Audience members rode the Metro Gold Line and ventured into East Los Angeles to discover its unique history and culture.Continue Reading

ASAP Fables at The Hollywood Fringe Festival

ASAP Fables at The Hollywood Fringe Festival

As part of The Hollywood Fringe Festival, Moving Arts presented their new, site-specific creation, “ASAP Fables.” This family-friendly event featured the performance of five absurdly impossible and original fables, all of which were created… as soon as possible.Continue Reading

The Mosaicwonderland Project part II

The Mosaicwonderland Project part II

The MosaicWonderland Project is part of an ongoing Moving Arts’ project that explores the relationship between visual and performance arts.Continue Reading

The Car Plays: San Diego

The Car Plays: San Diego

Conceived by Paul Nicolai Stein

The latest stop for The Car Plays was at La Jolla Playhouse as part of the World Without Walls series.Continue Reading

The Car Plays @ The Off-Center Festival 2012

The Car Plays @ The Off-Center Festival 2012

Conceived by Paul Nicolai Stein

The Car Plays took Orange County by storm at the Segerstrom Performing Arts Center’s Off-Center Festival, featuring nine days of adventurous theatre, music and dance.Continue Reading

The Mosaicwonderland Project part I

The Mosaicwonderland Project part I

In collaboration with Mosaicwonderland and artist/owner Kimberly Jordan, Moving Arts presents a collection of original scenes and monologues inspired by the mosaics and paintings in Ms. Jordan’s current exhibition.Continue Reading

The Car Plays: L.A. Stories

The Car Plays: L.A. Stories

Conceived by Paul Nicolai Stein

The Car Plays: L.A. Stories returned in June, 2011 at Radar L.A., the International Festival of Contemporary Theatre. The Car Plays examines what transpires in vehicles and gives theater patrons a voyeuristic view inside the diverse array of these moments and lives.Continue Reading

South Bridge

South Bridge

By Reginald Edmund

In 2010, Moving Arts blew away Last Frontier Theatre Conference audiences with the performance of Blood and Thunder, and in 2011 we returned to the Mainstage in Alaska with a staged reading of South Bridge by Reginald Edmund.Continue Reading