The slightly spooky, family-friendly world of "Goosebumps" comes to Chance Theater in Anaheim.
Pasadena Playhouse and East West Players present Lauren Yee's sharp-witted new basketball drama "The Great Leap," directed by BD Wong.
This West Coast Premiere at Antaeus Theatre Co. explores the heart’s capacity for forgiveness — even in the face of the harshest betrayal.
A Noise Within presents Sam Shepard's Pulizer Prize-winning play about the disintegration of the American Dream.
A Noise Within presents a celebrated play on the African American legacy from Pulitzer Prize-winner August Wilson.
Five actors play a ship-load of characters in this world premiere tour de force comedy at South Coast Repertory.
The Actors' Gang presents a new adaptation of Orwell's unsettling classic.
Son of Semele Ensemble presents playwright Sarah Kane’s celebrated meditation on mental illness on the 20th anniversary of her suicide.
IAMA Theatre Company presents a study of intimacy and parenthood and the fantasies that accompany both.
"A History of WWII" offers a wealth of facts, along with a survey of the most attractive generals and the hottest actors who portrayed them.
The riveting, mischievous modern day classic comes to Laguna Playhouse.
A poetic tale of love, loss, and the perfect bite comes to South Coast Rep.
Mike Birbiglia brings his hilarious and heartfelt new show to Center Theatre Group's Ahmanson Theatre.
John Leguizamo brings his critically acclaimed show to the Ahmanson Theatre, schooling LA audiences on America's unsung heroes.
Don’t miss the world premiere of "Department of Dreams" at City Garage, a new play from one of Europe’s most remarkable playwrights.
Center Theatre Group is proud to present "On Beckett," a new work by master clown and Tony Award-winning actor, Bill Irwin.
Pat Kinevane takes audiences on a father's beautiful and strange journey to connect with his estranged daughter at Odyssey Theatre.
Is "The Mystery of Irma Vep" a mesmerizing comedic thriller... or a bedazzling thrilling comedy? You decide!
Four lonely people — their stories written on paper, earth, and skin — find each other when one of them falls apart.