Late last year I was invited to capture some scenes at the Mark Taper Forum. The Forum is part of a larger group called Center Theatre Group. It is a non-profit arts organization located in Los Angeles, California. It is one of the largest theatre companies in the nation, programming subscription seasons year-round at the Mark Taper Forum, the Ahmanson Theatre and the Kirk Douglas Theatre. Some History on the Mark Taper Forum: In the spring of 1967, Founding Artistic Director Gordon Davidson opened the Mark Taper Forum with "The Devils", a play that was controversial and thought-provoking and set the tone for the work to come at the Taper. Under Artistic Director Michael Ritchie, Taper highlights include a number of World premieres, such as 13, which moved to Broadway, Pulitzer Prize finalist Marjorie Prime, Water & Power, and Pulitzer Prize finalist Yellow Face, as well as the first major U.S. revival of Bent. The Taper has received virtually every theatrical award including the 1977 special Tony for theatrical excellence. Additionally, the Taper was distinguished by having two of its plays, The Kentucky Cycle and Angels in America (Part One—Millennium Approaches), receive in consecutive years the Pulitzer Prize in Drama, marking the first time this prestigious award was given to productions outside of New York. Both plays subsequently moved to Broadway.