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Der Lindenbaum Official Selection @ Columbus International Film and Animation Festival!

March 22, 2020

It is the oldest film festival in the United States, having existed since 1952!!! 

Come watch our film with us! 

Thank you VoyageLA!!!!!!!!!!!!

October 24, 2019

LA's most inspiring stories!!! 

So exited to share this press publication! 

Official Selection @ Denver Film Festival; Der Lindenbaum

November 03, 2018

An opera singer is depressed. His father is trying to commit suicide. Nothing is funnier than unhappiness.

Offical Selection @ Cinequest Film Festival; Free Fall

February 27, 2019

Across all cultures, races, and classes, childhood is a fraught time. Free Fall follows four adults as they remember their childhood struggles and joys through the one object they all experienced together: a bouncy castle.

El Matrimonio Palavrakis, en Chile! (Past Performance)

October 02, 2017

Theater Company Teatro en Codigo, will be having a performance in: Festival de Teatro de Manizalez in Chile. 

WHAT IT IZ! The Spoken wordical (Past Performance)

December 15, 2017

The UCLA Department of African American Studies

A Prison Abolitionist Hip Hop Theater Remix of The Wiz!

A fusion of traditional musical theatre, hip-hop, and spoken-word poetics, this "Spokenwordical" is inspired by the 1975 musical The Wiz. What It Izis a journey of self-discovery from the birth of hip-hop through the social and political corruption that fuels the current incarceration epidemic. Poignant and humorous, mesmerizing and musical, come see What It Iz.

Gamers (Past Perfromnace)

June 11, 2017

Scott Barnhardt - Playwright

Jeff Maynard - Director

Costume Design - Naomi Gonzalez Kahn

Violence. Cynicism. Sex. Lithuanian Pastry. The dog-eat-dog world of competitive eSports is not known for its sweetness. But when Paul Elliot Anderson, the world’s most optimistic orphan, is hired…Game Over.


“I hope this play doesn’t suck.”
— Scott Barnhardt


June 10, 2017

Presented by UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, the Art Directors Guild, Local 800; the Set Decorators Society of America; the Costume Designers Guild, Local 892; and United Scenic Artists, Local 829.

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