Dale Franzen

Director, Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center

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Director of Santa Monica College's Performing Arts Center, which includes The Broad Stage, located in Santa Monica, California

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The Grand Avenue project on Bunker Hill is supposed to put Los Angeles on the cultural map of the world.

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The Grand Avenue project on Bunker Hill is supposed to put Los Angeles on the cultural map of the world.

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Mark Taper Forum, exterior view 
   
    Mark Taper Forum, new theatre 
   
    Mark Taper Forum's new downstairs lounge 
   
    Mark Taper Forum's new ladies restroom

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Mark Taper Forum, exterior view    Mark Taper Forum, new theatre     Mark Taper Forum's new downstairs lounge     Mark Taper Forum's new ladies restroom

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