About Ken

KEN WERTHER has been a staple in the Los Angeles performing arts community since 1982. Norman Lear’s Embassy Television, Lorimar Television; Solters/Roskin/Friedman, Boneau/Bryan-Brown, Miramontez/Werther Company; plays and musicals at Center Theatre Group (Mark Taper Forum, Ahmanson and Kirk Douglas Theatres). Other theatres and theatre companies — LATC, Tiffany, Celebration, Black Dahlia, Echo, Elephant, Brimmer Street, The Blank, Hudson, Falcon, Lillian, Stella Adler, Zephyr, Deaf West, Bootleg, Moth, NoHo Arts Center, Pico Playhouse, Vs., MainStreet, Coeurage, Chromolume, Odyssey, Highways, Impro, ESTLA, Whitefire, LOFT Theatre Ensemble, Player King Productions, Porters of Hellsgate, IAMA, Catalina Bar & Grill, and others. Brad Lemack’s book The New Business of Acting; Byron’s Theme (short film by Bennett Barbakow and Michael Grant Terry), 2010 and 2011 C.S.A. Artios Awards, annual L.A. Stage Alliance Ovation Awards (2009—2013), various benefit events. Personalities: Erich Bergen, Susan Egan, Sandra Tsing Loh, Ben Giroux, AJ Jones, Sean Galuszka, Daniel Tatar, Brian Beacock, Matt Morillo, Sheena Metal (LATalkRadio.com), Mack & Poppy. Web series — McCracken Live! Co-Producer, 2008 Ovation Awards Ceremony. Member, Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers and Publicists Guild of America. Assistant Director, Stop the World, I Want to Get Off (Musical Theatre Guild), The Women of Brewster Place (Celebration Theatre); Producer, The Good Boy (2011) and All Your Hard Work (2012). www.KenWerther.com