Review On At Home at the Zoo


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IT HAPPENED AT THE ZOO

REVIEW: AT HOME AT THE ZOO

BY RYAN LUÉVANO

Just last September the world lost the great American playwright Edward Albee who had bestowed upon us so many wonderful plays most notably: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?The Zoo StoryA Delicate Balance and The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? Now the Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts has teamed up with Deaf West Theatre to present a work that launched his career as a playwright when it was presented in Germany in 1960: The Zoo Story, later turned incorporated to At Home at the Zoo. 

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Ryan Luévano is a professional music director, composer, musicologist and music educator. Ryan is an experienced music director and conductor for musical theater, opera, film and concert music. Past productions include: Experience Magic!, Annie, The Sound of Music, Into the Woods, Chess, The Pajama Game, Bells Are Ringing, and Funny Girl. Additionally, he works as a professor of music at Woodbury University and Santa Ana College. When he’s not producing shows he pens as a theater critic for his blog Tin Pan L.A. where you can read all about the L.A. theater scene.