RADOMIR VOJTECH LUZA (email@example.com)
Radomir Vojtech Luza was born in Vienna, Austria in 1963. He owes his love of art and politics to his Czech parents, Radomir Sr. and Libuse Podhraska Luza. The former was a resistance fighter against the Nazis in WWII, and the latter at 15 the youngest actress ever accepted into the Czech National Dramatic Conservatory where she loved studying and acting the works of William Shakespeare and the Greeks until Adolf Hitler closed the doors in 1943.
Luza is the Poet Laureate of North Hollywood, a Pushcart Prize Nominee and the author of 26 books, including his latest, the 404-page EROS OF ANGELS, a collection of poetry and prose. Eros of Angels The President of the North Hollywood West Neighborhood Council has had his poetry published in nearly 80 literary journals, magazines, anthologies and websites such as the front cover of Papyrus, KYSO Flash, Askew, Cultural Weekly, Spectrum II and III, Lummox I-IV., the Boston Globe, Spare Change and roguescholars.com. The SAG/AFTRA/AEA actor has featured his verse across the country over 100 times. The veteran stand-up comedian has also organized and hosted over a dozen readings in cities such as New York City, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla., Jersey City, NJ and Los Angeles. The Tulane University graduate currently co-organizes and co-hosts UNBUCKLED: No Ho POETRY with Mary Anneeta Mann on the first Saturday of each month at T.U. Studios in North Hollywood.
If you are interested in a musical about a modern day Romeo and Juliet, run do not walk to the Crown City Theatre production of "The Fantasticks" running through June 5th in the North Hollywood Arts District.
If you are interested in a play about misunderstandings, contradictions and convoluted relationships, look no further than the Antaeus Theatre Company's production of Caryl Churchill's "Cloud 9" running through April 24th in the North Hollywood Arts District.
If you are interested in a play about the recreation of 15 years of a relationship between a man and a woman, run don't walk to the Theatre Unleashed production of Dean Farell Bruggeman's "Only the Moon Howls" playing at the Belfry Stage Upstairs at the Crown in the North Hollywood Arts District through March 12th.
If you are interested in a play about the searing relationship between a man and woman, look no further than the World Premiere of Stephen Sachs' "Dream Catcher" playing at the Fountain Theatre on Fountain Avenue in Los Angeles through March 21st.
If you are interested in a play about a king and his growing concerns, run do not walk to The Antaeus Theatre Company’s production of William Shakespeare’s “Henry IV, Part One” at the Antaeus Theater in the heart of the No Ho Arts District running through May 3rd.
If you are interested in a play about passion wrapped in poetry make a beaten path to the Group Repertory Theatre’s West Coast Premiere of Frawley Becker’s “Tiger By The Tail” at the Lonny Chapman Theatre in the No Ho Arts District running through April 19th.
If you are interested in the last week of the Civil War told from two different perspectives, run don’t walk to the Colony Theatre’s West Coast Premiere of “The Road to Appomattox” by Catherine Bush in Burbank running through March 15th.
Charlotte Cohn and Tyler Pierce star in the Colony Theatre Company's West Coast premiere production of HANDLE WITH CARE, written by Jason Odell Williams and directed by Karen Carpenter and now playing at the Colony Theatre in Burbank.
If a relationship between two lonely people in a seedy motel room interests you, run don’t walk to the Colony Theatre’s production of the West Coast Premiere of Jason Odell Williams’ “Handle With Care” running through December 14th in Burbank.
The story of an Israeli woman with little command of the English language meeting a man still grieving over the death of his wife in a car crash in a small motel room in Goodview,Virginia on Christmas Eve, 2008, this tale of love found in the most absurd of places ravages the heart and heals the soul.