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The [Intern]al Perspective: We Are The Diverse Culture Makers

Prior to my hire with Cornerstone, I wanted to be sure that I sought an internship that I knew would align with with the way I viewed theatre and how it can used as a powerful tool to teach and impact communities. As sensitive as social issues tend to be as a topic of conversation,…

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The [Intern]al Perspective: Exploring the Los Angeles Theatre Center

As a young theatre artist, I have learned over the past few years in my studies and experiences outside of school about the skill and value of collaboration amongst my fellow artists. As a result, I have formed a personal belief that every visual and performing artist should take it upon themselves to learn about…

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The [Intern]al Perspective: Advice for Young Artists

If you’re reading this and are a current or future undergrad student in the Los Angeles County area that is pursuing a career in the arts, then I implore you to look into applying for an internship through the LA County Arts Commission (LACAC) program for the summer of 2016. Now, applications do not open…

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Meet Our Summer Intern: Joseph Reyes

My name is Joseph Reyes, or Joey, for short. I am 20 years old and will be graduating in May 2016 from Azusa Pacific University where I am studying to earn my Bachelor’s of Arts in Theatre Arts and a minor in Business Management. I am currently in the process of researching Graduate School programs…

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Sunset Celebration Discount Tickets!

Enjoy appetizers, cocktails, a silent auction and more during our last performance of California: The Tempest in Grand Park. Discount tickets for Cornerstone’s Sunset Celebration are available for a limited time only so click here to take advantage of this great deal!

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Voices of the Drought: Resource Fair

Before the opening night performance of California: The Tempest, join us for an evening of art and conversation about the drought’s impact on Northern, Central, and Southern California. Meet artists, activists, and organizations with passion and expertise around current issues of the drought. Be part of the conversation with Molly Peterson/KPCC and Ezra David Romero/Valley…

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2015 DNA New Work Series

We’re participating in La Jolla Playhouse’s 2015 DNA New Work Series! Join us for the reading of What Happens Next by Naomi Iizuka. Directed by Michael John Garcés. Monday, February 23 at 7:30 pm. RVSP for free admission! What Happens Next A La Jolla Playhouse commission In association with Cornerstone Theater Company By Naomi Iizuka Directed…

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Our California Bridge Tour lands in American Theatre Magazine!

“Cornerstone has become the gold standard for a now-established brand of socially engaged, community-embedded theatre.” – American Theatre Magazine This month Cornerstone Theater and its statewide year-long, California Bridge Tour is featured in American Theatre magazine. Click here to read the full article.

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Agua frescas and planting a garden in Grayson and Westley

Grayson and Westley are small agricultural towns in Stanislaus County. These are towns where people know what’s happening with their neighbors, music and the sound of family celebrations underscore Saturday afternoons, and children ride their bikes after dark. Since July, we’ve made monthly visits to the Grayson United Community Center leading Creative Seeds events. In…

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12 Fun Moments From The California Bridge Tour

Here are some fun photos from our time on the road with the California Bridge Tour!     1. Shakespeare in the sea! (Well, Lake Isabella to be exact) Click here to see the video.     2. Epic hikes in the California mountains.     3. Taking selfies with the cast & crew.     4….

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