Limited Tickets left!!!!
Saturday @ OC-centric: all new plays, two sold-out shows. Will we sell out both shows Sunday? There's a chance we might. Right now, you can still get tickets for The Rothko + Saint or Sinner at 2pm and for Bender at 7pm. Reserve a seat now via 714.902.5716 or email@example.com.
Saturday "Bender" Tickets Sold Out!!!
Saturday's 2pm performance of Bender is now sold out. Tickets are still available for the Sunday show at 7pm. Call 714.902.5716 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations.
OC-Centric Named Best Kept Secret in Orange County's performing arts scene
The Register's OC Arts e-newsletter just named OC-centric this weekend's Best Kept Secret in Orange County's performing arts scene. The secret is out, reserve tickets at 714.902.5716 and email@example.com. View the rest of the article on the OC Register.
Q&A with OC-Centric's Founder and Artistic Director Tamiko Washington
Examiner's Jordan R. Young takes a look at OC-centric and interviews our founder & artistic director Tamiko Washington. Read full interview here!
OC Weekly Talks OC-Centric!
The OC WEEKLY's Joel Beers checks out the plays of OC-centric and previews this year's festival. Read the full article by Joel Beers!
Interview with Lew Riley
Q: Some playwrights can write comedies easily, others can't. Do you think comedy can be taught, or are some writers just inherently funnier than others? A: I think creative writing is something one is born with - whether he or she fancies comedy or drama. Whether a person develops this gift makes all the difference. As they say, in many areas, one must have the Two Ts to succeed: Talent and Tenacity. I know many who have the Talent but not the blood, sweat and tears to brin
Keeping Up With OC-Centric Playwrights
Let's take a look at what some playwrights produced in the 2011, 2012 and 2013 OC-centric festivals are doing theatrically these days. 2011 playwrights... Eric Eberwein (Do Hoosiers Go to Heaven?): His comedy Great Western Wanderlust was produced in 2012 by Fullerton's Hunger Artists Theatre Company, and his drama Whatever's Easy appeared in the OCPA Studios series at Santa Ana's Theatre Out last December. Ken La Salle (The Myth of the Cubicle, also Thug 4 Life in 2012): Ke