Partner Feature: the Bloom Again Foundation

Natasha is a Russian immigrant with no family in the United States, working on state-funded projects and striving for independence. When her husband shot her six times, she was unable to take care of her young children. While recuperating from her collapsed lung and...

Tennessee’s Anti-Drag Bill

Drag was first banned in San Francisco in 1863. From then on, restricting the traditional LGBTQ+ artform became more and more popular.   In the theater world, from highschool plays to famous shows like Rent, non traditionally casted plays and characters in drag, are...

Outstanding Award Winners at the 95th Oscars

In 2012, Theatre Americana was awarded a certificate of appreciation from Relay for Life Monrovia. Since then, Theatre Americana has been celebrated by the State of California Senate, California Legislature Assembly, U.S. Congresswoman Grace F. Napolitano, and the...

Arcadia Stage: Cinderella

Just as Theatre Americana brings the brilliance of Broadway to audiences right here in Los Angeles, Arcadia Stage will bring the Broadway version of Cinderella to local audiences on March 16th and 17th. We all know and love Disney’s beautiful classic, Cinderella, but...

Spirited Away’s Dazzling Stage Adaptation

Just as Theatre Americana has brought exciting performances to its audiences since 1935, GKIDS, an American film distributor, will bring an exciting new show to audiences across the US this Spring.  When Spirited Away first hit the silver screen, it received global...