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The Car Plays: Interchange

The Car Plays: Interchange

Conceived by Paul Nicolai Stein

In 2015 The Car Plays returned to The La Jolla Playhouse as part of the Without Walls (WoW) Festival. Continue Reading

The MADLab 2015 First Look Reading Series

The MADLab 2015 First Look Reading Series

Moving Arts Development Lab

A weekend event that showcased the work produced from the second year of Moving Arts’ play development program. Five new plays by five Los Angeles playwrights!Continue Reading

Viral

Viral

by Mac Rogers

A woman googles “painless suicide” and finds the people who will help her end her life – if she’ll let them film it. Continue Reading

The Gun Show

The Gun Show

by EM Lewis

From a farming community in rural Oregon to the big cities of Los Angeles and New York, playwright EM Lewis takes aim at her own relationship with firearms in The Gun Show. Continue Reading

The MADLab 2014 First Look Reading Series

The MADLab 2014 First Look Reading Series

Moving Arts Development Lab

A weekend event that showcased the work produced from Moving Arts’ inaugural play development program. Five new plays by five Moving Arts playwrights!Continue Reading

Things Being What They Are

Things Being What They Are

By Wendy MacLeod

As Bill readies a new condo for him and his soon-to-arrive wife, he gets an unexpected visit from their new neighbor, Jack. What follows is a sharp comedy about the lives we dream of having versus the lives we end up living.Continue Reading

EM Lewis: Works In Progress

EM Lewis: Works In Progress

by EM Lewis

Moving Arts welcomed resident artist EM Lewis back to L.A. and presented a weekend event featuring two new works: a reading of a play in progress and a workshop presentation.Continue Reading

Fathers at a Game

Fathers at a Game

By Trey Nichols

In Fathers at a Game fantasy and reality collide with deadly force. Moe and Eddie are two buddies watching their sons play football. Or are they? Continue Reading

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