Bruce Lemon

director of “The Anonymous Lover”

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LA Opera’s production is directed by Bruce Lemon Jr., who grew up in Watts. Lemon Jr.

LA Opera’s first COVID-era production: ‘The Anonymous Lover’ by an 18th century Black composer

LA Opera’s production is directed by Bruce Lemon Jr., who grew up in Watts. Lemon Jr.

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The Jordan Downs housing project in Watts has a long history dating back to the 1940s. It’s currently undergoing a billion dollar redevelopment.

Theater project explores Jordan Downs, public housing, and gentrification

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