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A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending the opening night of Grace Kim and the Spiders from Mars. In short the play was delightfully awesome. I laughed, I ached, I related and I thoroughly enjoyed every bit … Continue reading
Lodestone Theatre Ensemble will be putting on their farewell production with Grace Kim & the Spiders from Mars. Written by Philip W. Chung and directed by Jeff Liu, this show was specifically written to be the last show for Lodestone’s … Continue reading
Congratulations to Jason H, who was randomly selected as the winner of our Asian American Arts Stimulus Package 2! Thanks for all the great entries! Here is Jason’s winning entry: Ever since I moved to Los Angeles, a year ago, … Continue reading
What the heck is “Karaoke Idol?” Well, aside from being a fundraiser to support Lodestone’s 10th (and final!) season and the production of “Closer Than Ever,” it’s a chance to sing and compete for cool prizes. (Of course, there are … Continue reading
This past December, Lodestone Theatre Ensemble kicked off its final season with Lodestone After Dark: The Beginning of the End. I’m totally excited that their season is starting up soon with the premiere or TEN TO LIFE, four one-acts developed … Continue reading
In 1995, following the 1992 Los Angeles riots, veteran actor Soon-Tek Oh created the Society of Heritage Performers (SHP), a Korean American theatre ensemble. SHP evolved into Lodestone Theatre Ensemble in 1999, organized by original founders: actors Alexandra Bokyun Chun, … Continue reading