THE STREET SIGNS outside the theater may all say Venice, but everything going on inside the Pacific Resident Theatre is a slice of pure L.
What does PRT stand for?
PRT stands for Pacific Resident Theatre (Venice, CA, USA)
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- Partito Radicale Transnazionale (Italian: Transnational Radical Party)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Director de Santos positively scorched the stage at Venice's Pacific Resident Theatre last year with a production of Tennessee Williams' ``Orpheus Descending,'' a play with a passionate and quite doomed romance at its core.
With its ``Orpheus Descending,'' Venice's Pacific Resident Theatre Ensemble gets it right - long, sweaty and misery-laden, certainly, but right just the same.
She's long been active in local theater, particularly Los Angeles' Pacific Resident Theatre.
BABES IN THE WOODS: Audiences at the Pacific Resident Theatre in Venice can feel a little bit Puckish starting this weekend when a young cast adapts Shakespeare's comedy ``A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Where: The Pacific Resident Theatre, 703 Venice Blvd.
Hunt, 55, a versatile and well-regarded actor, has performed at the Mark Taper Forum, the Ahmanson Theatre, Pacific Resident Theatre, the Odyssey Theatre and the Matrix Theatre, among other Southern California venues.
Through July 11: ``The Stronger'' and ``Playing With Fire,'' Pacific Resident Theatre.