The Los Angeles Theatre Ensemble

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The Los Angeles Theatre Ensemble is a theatre troupe based in Los Angeles, California. It was founded in 2004 by a group of actors, designers and directors including artistic director Tom Burmester. The Ensemble states its mission is "to strike a balance between providing a venue for emerging artists and veteran artists; between the works of new playwrights, and revisiting timely and important classics."

Productions[edit]

On 3 August 2005, the Ensemble opened the production Wounded an original collaborative work based on the testament of wounded veterans returning from the Iraq War.

2010 Season

  • In the Company of Jane Doe, Written by Tiffany Antone, Directed by Mary Jo DuPrey
  • A Giant Arc in the Skyspace of Directions, Written by Michael Vukadinovich, Directed by Efrain Schunior
  • Trog and Clay, Written by Michael Vukadinovich, Directed by Gary Gardner
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream, Directed by Jonathan Redding
  • The War Cycle: Wounded, Written by Tom Burmester and the Ensemble, Directed by Tom Burmester
  • The War Cycle: Nation of Two, Written by Tom Burmester, Directed by Danika Sudik
  • The War Cycle: Gospel According to First Squad, Written by Tom Burmester, Directed by Danika Sudik
  • The Good Prisoner, Written by Kit Steinkellner, Directed by Louise Hung

2009 Season

  • Macbeth, Directed by Jonathan Redding
  • Survived, Directed by Tom Burmester and written by Tom Burmester
  • The Heretic Mysteries, Written and Directed by David Bridel
  • Monkey Madness, Written and Directed by Daisuke Tsuji. Winner of LA Weekly Award for Best Puppetry, Nominated for seven LA Weekly Awards.
  • Adeline's Play, Directed by Amanda Glaze and written by Kit Steinkellner
  • Beau Fib, Directed by Andy Goldblatt, Book and Lyrics by Myles Nye, Composed by John Graney & Andy Hentz

2008 Season

  • I Gelosi, Written and Directed by David Bridel
  • Spring's Awakening, Written by Frank Wedekind, adapted by Tom Burmester and Evan Drane, Directed by Evan Drane
  • Quixotic, Written by Kit Steinkeller, directed by Amanda Glaze

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