Kyle Branch

Kyle Branch

Part of the American (in)Tent Reach In Don’t Outreach program promoting the voice of youth, cuz the kids are alright. Directed and performed by youth artists, this program advocates cultural commonality out of current issues that deeply afflict younger generations.


Kyle Branch

Never Say …

A show that takes its inspiration from the Lost Boys of JM Barrie’s Peter Pan. A 40-minute theatrical presentation that focuses on alienated youth, gangs, intolerance, and perspective. The show includes rap and some music.

from Center Theatre Group in Los Angeles “Art Goes On Project”

Center Theatre Group has been talking about new ways to inspire conversation and build community around art—and what that can look like while our stages are dark. We believe this can also be a powerful time of reflection, reimagining, and innovation around how we bring our artists, audiences, and community together. That’s why we’re sharing a new series of videos from members of the Center Theatre Group family. We asked them to speak to what theatre means to them right now and to share some of their favorite pieces of art. Art goes on. And so do we. In this episode of the “Art Goes On Project,” Kyle Branch performs the monologue from “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” that he earned him first in the 2020 August Monologue Competition Los Angeles Regional Finals at the Mark Taper Forum.

Watch the series at CTGLA.org/ArtGoesOn