Circle X Theatre
|Circle X Theatre|
Circle X is an award winning not-for-profit ensemble theatre company located in Hollywood, California. Circle X's productions have been described by critics as "refreshingly original and imaginative" and "consistently stellar".
Circle X is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which is staffed by volunteers. Circle X was founded in 1996 by seven artists and to date has produced 27 plays in the Los Angeles area. Circle X's current artistic director is Tim Wright[disambiguation needed].
Circle X is part of the Los Angeles 99-Seat Equity Waiver theatre community, a group of theatres that may employ members of the Actors' Equity Association without paying them union wages. Similar theatres include Sacred Fools Theater Company and The Actors' Gang. They produce out of Atwater Village Theatre along with Ensemble Studio Theatre-LA.
- The Flu Season - By Will Eno, directed by Jonathan Westerberg
- 365 Days/365 Plays: Week 19 - By Suzan-Lori Parks, directed by Tom Elliot, Pete Friedrich, David Paul Wichert, Lisa Szolovits and Jamey Hood
- King Henry IV Part 1 - By William Shakespeare, Directed by Tara Flynn (in association with Shakespeare Festival Los Angeles).
- You Are Here - By Anthony Backman, Kevin Fabian, Holly Gabrielson, Jennifer A. Skinner & Doug Sutherland a[›]b[›]
- At Play in the Valley of the Shadow of Chet - By Clown Corn Messiah, directed by Chuck Harpera[›]b[›]
- Laura Comstock’s Bag-Punching Dog - By Jillian Armenante, Alice Dodd & Chris Jeffries, directed by Jillian Armenantea[›]
- An American Book of the Dead – The Game Show - By Paul Mullin, directed by Jim Anzide and Jonathan Westerberga[›]
- The Eight - By Jeff Goode, directed by Richard Augustine
- Michaela Watkins
- Jillian Armenante
- Brian Sidney Bembridge
- Jeff Goode
- Joel McHale
- Bob Clendenin
- Connor Trinneer
- John Getz