Multicultural Theater in Los Angeles During the Early 1990s

Is there multicultural theater in Los Angeles? If so, who is involved? Can the identity and nature of diversity be codified? "Multicultural Theater in Los Angeles During the Early 1990s" examines Asian, Chicano/Hispanic and Black theater communities. This historical narrative defines the major professional theaters, the actors and writers and how funding affects professional Los Angeles Theater. More

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About Robin Scott Peters

Dr. Robin Scott Peters is a graduate from UCLA's School of Theater, Film and Television where he received his doctorate in Theory and Criticism in Theater. This collection of poetry is a first of three volumes of work to catalogue over three decades of creation. Robin writes in numerous genres. His stage play "The African Tragedian" captures the life of famed 19th Century African American Shakespearean actor Ira Frederick Aldridge. Robin's historical narrative "Multicultural Theater in Los Angeles During the Early 1990s" focus is on defining the thriving ethnic theater scene in Los Angeles that fed Hollywood many of its "stars." Robin was raised in Falmouth, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

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