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David Gindler steps down as Antaeus board chair, Evie DiCiaccio steps up
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30th Anniversary Poster: Tonight at 8:30
Tonight at 8:30 was an ambitious and elegant affair at Antaeus, when we produced ten of Noël Coward's one-acts over two evenings in 2007.
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30th Anniversary Poster: The Wood Demon
"Woodblock printmaking is my preferred medium. When Antaeus Theater Company commissioned me to create a poster for “The Wood Demon” in celebration of their 30th Anniversary, I jumped at the opportunity." - Larry Hughes
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30th Anniversary Poster: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
This new poster by Ramin Afshari celebrates Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, which we revived in 2017 as the very first production in our "new home" in Glendale.
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30th Anniversary Poster: You Can’t Take It With You
Antaeus produced this zany family comedy in 2012, and we're remembering the production with an original poster by Marci Chorpash!
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30th Anniversary Poster: Uncle Vanya
Audiences loved our relatable and emotional production of Uncle Vanya in 2015. We're remembering the classic with a poster created by local artist Bryan Gelderbloom.
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30th Anniversary Poster: Wedding Band
In 2014, Antaeus produced Alice Childress's play, Wedding Band: A Love/Hate Story in Black & White. For our 30th Anniversary, we're commemorating the play with a striking poster by Vivian Naranjo.
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30th Anniversary Poster: Native Son
Illustrator Valencia Spates created this compelling poster revisiting our critically acclaimed production of Native Son in 2018!
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30th Anniversary Poster: Eight Nights
Printmaker Dirk Hagner designed this theatrical poster to honor our World Premiere of Eight Nights in 2019.
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30th Anniversary Poster: Measure for Measure
In 2019/20, we produced Shakespeare's Measure for Measure. Check out Dwight Tablason's artistic take on the so-called "problem play."

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David Gindler steps down as Antaeus board chair, Evie DiCiaccio steps up

30th Anniversary Poster: Tonight at 8:30

30th Anniversary Poster: The Wood Demon

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