Young Audiences Enjoy Student Night at the Fountain Theatre

 Students gather in the Fountain Cafe before the performance.

Students gather in the Fountain Cafe before the performance.

Students See ‘The Brothers Size’ with Q&A and Party After

Was that fun, or what? Last night was our first Student Night at the Fountain. And judging from the energy it created, it won’t be our last. Created and launched by our two fab interns Alice Kors and Gabby Lamm, Student Night targeted young audiences to encourage them to see our acclaimed LA Premiere of The Brothers Size by Tarell Alvin McCraney.  The evening also included a Q&A discussion with the cast and director followed by a party upstairs in the cafe.

For many students, this was their first visit to the Fountain Theatre. For one student, it was the first play she had ever seen. “It was wonderful,” she beamed. “Theatre is better than TV! Now I want to see more.”

Our interns Alice and Gabby worked very hard creating, producing and hosting the event. Their enthusiastic labor paid off last night and well into the future: Student Night will now become a regular ongoing program at the Fountain.  

Directed by Shirley Jo Finney and starring Gilbert Glenn Brown, Matthew Hancock and Theodore Perkins, our Los Angeles premiere of The Brothers Size is earning rave reviews everywhere. It is highlighted as Critic’s Choice in the LA Times and is “Ovation Recommended’.  This powerful, joyous and deeply moving production has been extended to September 14.

Enjoy These Snapshots from Student Night

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