ET meets the Old West in Sam Shepard’s hilarious, yet foreboding, "The Unseen Hand," coupled with the gritty and audacious "Killer's Head."
Get ready for Nathaniel Hawthorne’s acclaimed masterwork in a most riveting staging at South Coast Rep.
A dazzling comedic masterpiece comes to South Coast Rep in Tom Stoppard's "Arcadia."
This boundary-breaking play breathes new life into our Constitution and imagines how it will affect the next generation of Americans.
South Coast Rep premieres an eerily captivating drama about the mysteries of second chances by up-and-coming playwright, Caroline V. McGraw.
A Noise Within presents William Shakespeare's tragic romance about the catastrophic violence of winter and the regenerative power of spring.
South Coast Rep presents a “softhearted comedy freckled with dark reflections” (The NY Times) by the author of "Moonstruck" and "Doubt."
Pulitzer Prize finalist Dael Orlandersmith crafts a stunning theatrical experience that must be seen at the Kirk Douglas Theatre.
Mainstreet Theatre Co. combines taped interviews of Holocaust survivors with scenes from their lives during WWII in this unique experience.
Alfred Molina takes on a tour-de-force role in Florian Zeller's dark, humorous, and poignant play at Pasadena Playhouse.
From Tony and Pulitzer-nominated playwright Lee Blessing comes a story about the search for lifelong answers to fundamental questions.
The Vampire Cowboys bring their hilarious, historical comedy to Geffen Playhouse, complete with epic fight scenes and a punk rock attitude.
This whimsical adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic fairy tale comes to A Noise Within in Pasadena.
John Glore’s delightful, wildly theatrical adaptation brings Madeleine L’Engle’s acclaimed story magically to life.
L.A. Theatre Works takes on Qui Nguyen's hip-hop/road trip/love story about two Vietnamese refugees in its unique audio format.
Playwright Donja R. Love celebrates a queer black story at a pivotal moment in history in this intense drama set in the Jim Crow South.
City Garage stages a timely revival of Havel’s classic piece about totalitarian regimes, censorship, and the price of integrity.