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Daryl H. Miller

Daryl H. Miller has been besotted with the arts since age 5, once he was old enough to sing with the church youth choir, and has yet to top the thrill of portraying Billy Bigelow in his rural high school’s production of “Carousel.”  He has been covering the arts in Southern California for three decades for the Los Angeles Times, Daily News, LA Weekly, Orange County Register and other publications. He is also a copy editor.
She created a ‘Black Super Hero Magic Mama’: Inda Craig-Galván on facing a parent’s deepest fear

Not yet two years out of grad school, L.A. playwright Inda Craig-Galván has “Black Super Hero Magic Mama” premiering at the Geffen Playhouse and also writes for ABC's "The Rookie." She presents black women in lesser-seen ways and centers her new play on the shooting death of a black child.

Review: Love spins into free-fall in A Noise Within’s ‘Othello’ set in present day

In a gripping new staging of "Othello" for A Noise Within in Pasadena, director Jessica Kubzansky maps Shakespeare's story onto U.S. military engagements of the present.

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