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The open-air venue will present works by Shakespeare, Jon Robin Baitz, and more.
Kemp Powers discusses the unexpected path of his play, which explores a pivotal moment in the life of Muhammad Ali.
“Their productions made me finally feel the way one does when exploring the New York Off-Broadway world of theatre.”
Directed by Jo Bonney, the dark comedy is the first work to come out of The Tremblors collective.
From Hairspray to I Am My Own Wife, the Playhouse's 97th season promises something for everyone.
The acclaimed Into the Woods tour comes to L.A., Theatre of Note touts two world premieres, Game of Thrones parody shows extend, and more.
Simon Stephens' play will run March 25–May 14.
The hit musical from the team that brought audiences Lost: The Musical continues on at the Macha Theatre.
The Geffen Playhouse production, co-starring Alfred Molina, will be available live via BroadwayHD.
The Geffen Playhouse announces its new season, Bessie Smith comes to the Los Angeles area, and more updates!
Paul Crewes has joined the Los Angeles venue as its first-ever artistic director.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Orange County theatre's festival.
The theatre company moves from North Hollywood to Glendale in March 2017.
Sacred Fools announces the opening show for its 21st season; Al Pacino and Judith Light begin previews in a new drama; and more Los Angeles area openings and closings.
Halley Feiffer, Lorraine Hansberry, and Oscar winner Alexander Dinelaris are among the playwrights represented this year.
The artistic director behind the West Coast’s new Bucket List Theatre company is creating a new home for L.A. theatre actors.
The Normal Heart will play L.A.’s Chromolume, and registration is now open for the Hollywood Fringe Festival.
In its 27th season, the venue presents works with messages of hope and social action.
Chris Fields, artistic director of the Echo Theater Company in L.A., talks theatre and the company’s life while preparing to open its first show of 2017 for Echo’s 20th anniversa…
Al Pacino and Judith Light take on Tennessee Williams, and The Actors’ Gang announces new board members, plus openings and closings on the West Coast.
A recent $15,000 grant makes work at this California venue possible.