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“Scene in LA” May 2020 by Steve Zall and Sid Fish

This month all theaters throughout Southern California continue to be closed to public gatherings and so they are having no live shows to attend at the venue in May on orders from state and local authorities due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic outbreak, however some are offering online events instead. These online events are usually shown one time only and are not usually announced far in advance of the event, so you will have to visit the venue’s web site to see what is available. Most are free to watch, some are charging a small fee. Here is a list of the web sites you can check to see what they are offering:

3-D Theatricals www.3dtheatricals.org
L.A. Theatre Works (fee & free) www.latw.org
The Blank Theatre (fee) www.patreon.com/TheBlankTheatre
The Broad Stage www.thebroadstage.org
The Geffen Playhouse (fee) www.geffenplayhouse.org
The Soraya www.thesoraya.org
The Wallis Center for the Performing Arts www.thewallis.org

In the meantime, we encourage everyone to stay safe and practice social distancing at all times when outside in public. Our warmest wishes go out to all of you during this crisis! We want to thank the PR’s and our readers for their ongoing support. It is much appreciated!

Sincerely,

Steve Zall and Sid Fish

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