Rosenzweig, vice chairman of planning for the center's board of
directors, tells Patch they are very excited about the new venture and
invites the community to come see it for themselves.
been able to accommodate things in a small theater that other small
theaters haven't been able to accommodate, such as a scene shop,
dressing rooms, the areas to create the sets, the areas to create the
garments for the performers," Rosenzweig said. "We have a room that can
accommodate two very large grand pianos."
But what about leg room for the audience?
"Every seat is a perfect seat," Rosenzweig added.
first performance is Nov. 8 and Nov. 9 with the Martha Graham Dance
Company. Rosenzweig notes the following performances vary from dance,
theater, opera, jazz and a diverse range of work "that all of Los Angeles will enjoy."
Click here for more details on the 2013-14 season. For more information on the center, visit its website.