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International City Theatre Presents “Other Desert Cities”

ict-other-desert-cities The manicured life of an actor-turned-politician and his impeccable wife is upset when relatives arrive at their Palm Springs home for the holidays — including daughter Brooke who’s about to publish a tell-all memoir.

Flyin’ West Returns to the ICT Stage After 17 Years

Flyin West A contemporary classic about the strength of black women and their role as pioneers in the settlement of the American West. Four African-American women journey west to the all-black town of Nicodemus, Kansas in search of the freedom promised by the end of the Civil War.

International City Theatre Concludes 2013 Season With “Don’t Dress for Dinner”

ict-dont-dress-for-dinner International City Theatre bids au revoir to its 2013 season with a sexy, modern French farce, adapted for English-speaking audiences by Robin Hawdon from the original by Marc Camoletti (Boeing-Boeing). Directed by Todd Nielsen, Don’t Dress for Dinner opens Oct.

International City Theatre Takes on Uniquely American stories in 2014

ict-international-city2 International City Theatre producing artistic director caryn desai [sic] has announced a season of five plays for 2014 that will focus on uniquely American stories. The season will open on Jan. 24 with the California premiere of Let’s Misbehave: The Music and Lyrics of Cole Porter, a new book musical by Karin Bowersock (conceived by Bowersock with Patrick Young) built around the songbook of one of America’s greatest songwriters.

International City Theatre Offers Free Tickets to High School Students

high school students free tickets In an effort to cultivate the next generation of theatergoers, International City Theatre is offering high school students free tickets to preview performances for the reminder of the 2013 season. “To ensure that younger audiences are exposed to the theater, we are making it easy and affordable with complimentary tickets to preview performances,” says ICT Artistic Director caryn desai [sic].

International City Theatre Announces five Plays for 2013

caryn desai puts her stamp on ICT Adventure. Music. Intimacy. Art. Mischief. International City Theatre announces five exhilarating plays for 2013 with characters that are as passionate as they are intriguing. “I’m struck by how powerfully motivated the characters are in each of the plays we’ve chosen,” says ICT artistic director caryn desai [sic].

Sign-Ups Start for ICT Summer Music, Acting and Dance Workshops for Youth

ICT Summer Youth Conservatory - music, acting, dance ICT Summer Youth Conservatory gives children the chance to sing, dance and act. International City Theatre is bringing back its popular low-cost Summer Youth Conservatory. The six-week program offers instruction for kids ages 7-15 in acting, music, dance and movement taught by industry professionals.

ICT Welcomes Tony Award-Winning God of Carnage January 27th

International City Theatre Bad behavior has never been so much fun. Artistic director caryn desai [sic] jump starts International City Theatre’s 27th season at the helm of Yasmina Reza’s scathingly funny, Tony Award-winning God of Carnage. The limited, four-week engagement runs January 27-February 19, with low-priced previews on January 24, 25 and 26.

ICT Presents A Rare Revival of “The Robber Bridegroom”

ict-obber-bridegroom Funny, rowdy and sexy. A rare revival of The Robber Bridegroom, with book and lyrics by Alfred Uhry and music by Robert Waldman, opens at International City Theatre on October 14. Low-priced previews take place on October 11, 12 and 13.

Two Women Test Bonds of Sisterhood in “The Old Settler” at The International City Theatre

Karen Malina White and Veralyn Jones - Photo by Carlos Delgado Karen Malina White and Veralyn Jones - Photo by Carlos Delgado John Henry Redwood’s bittersweet comedy is set in Harlem during World War II, when hot music played and swing dancers ruled the floor of legendary nightclubs like the Savoy Ballroom.

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