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Critic's Notebook: RADAR L.A. -- an inaugural success

June 20, 2011 |  8:55 am


RADAR L.A., the international festival of contemporary theater that ended Sunday, galvanized the city. The question now is whether we can get the organizers to figure out how to make this an annual event.

To read my critic's notebook on the theatrical festival, click here.

And to catch up on our coverage, including reviews of six of the productions, click on the links here:

Theater review: "Solitude" at the Latino Theater Company

Theater review: "Brewsie and Willie" at Los Angeles Street Loft

Theater review: "The Word Begins" at Los Angeles Theatre Center

Theater review: "Ground to Cloud" and '"Myth and Infrastructure" at Los Angeles Theatre Center

 Theater review: "State of Incarceration" at the Los Angeles Theatre Center

Theater review: "The Method Gun" at Kirk Douglas Theatre

"Theaterpalooza" hits L.A. area in June

-- Charles McNulty

Photo: Teatro en el Blanco, "Neva." Credit: Valentina Newman / RADAR L.A.

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