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    Behind Sonnets for an Old Century: Playwright José Rivera

    By Sarah Wong Oscar-nominated playwright and screenwriter José Rivera is the writer behind our latest Noise Now offering, an audio production of Sonnets for an Old Century. Sonnets is comprised of 24 monologues, weaving a tapestry of poetic, magical meditations that explore yearning, connection, and community through a diverse lens.  Born in Puerto Rico, before moving to Long Island, José Rivera always…

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    Noise Now Trivia Quiz

    Director of Cultural Programming Jonathan Muñoz-Proulx challenges you to a game of trivia! How well do you know the Noise Now program?

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    Black History Month Feature: Abdullah Hall

    Abdullah Hall is the Artistic Director of Trans Chorus of Los Angeles, which collaborated with Celebration Theatre and Noise Now for TranSister Radio in April 2019. Today, learn all about Abdullah’s career from musical theatre to Paramount Pictures to their role today as a teacher and the Artistic Director for the largest trans-identified chorus in…

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    Latinx Heritage Month Feature: Jonathan Muñoz-Proulx

    Director of Cultural Programming Jonathan Muñoz-Proulx tours us through his beginnings as an artist in the corporate world, to his present-day adventure as the director of Noise Now and as a prominent Los Angeles arts leader. Enjoy our latest Q&A feature for Latinx Heritage Month! How did you get started on your theatre journey? My…

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    Noise Now Partner Feature: Brown Fist Productions

    Our Latinx Heritage Month celebration continues with another Noise Now partner feature. If you missed Brown Fist Production’s Aztec opera El Circo Anahuac last summer, you’ve got another chance to see it! We’ve received an update from Maria Elena Yepes about their ongoing development of the opera.     David Reyes and I have expanded…