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The Enigmatist May 5 - Jun 14, 2020  
Geffen Playhouse The Enigmatist
 
Can you solve the enigma? Prepare for an immersive experience of puzzles, cryptology and illusions by renowned magician and New York Times crossword constructor David Kwong in the intimate Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater. Clues are everywhere, so keep your eyes open and be ready for surprises behind every flip of the card.
 
   
An American In Paris May 7 - May 10, 2020  
Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza An American In Paris
 
Inspired by the Academy-Award winning film, AN AMERICAN IN PARIS is the romantic story about an American soldier, a mysterious French girl and an indomitable European city, each yearning for a new beginning in the aftermath of war. AN AMERICAN IN PARIS brings this classic tale to the stage for the first time with music and lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin, a book by Craig Lucas and direction and Tony-winning choreography by Christopher Wheeldon. AN AMERICAN IN PARIS won four 2015 Tony Awards. The hit musical has also won four Drama Desk Awards and four Outer Critics Circle Awards including Best Musical, the Drama League Award for Best Musical, three Fred and Adele Astaire Awards and two Theatre World Awards.
 
   
Afterglow May 8 - Jun 28, 2020  
Hudson Theatre Afterglow
 
AFTERGLOW, the international hit sensation, explores the emotional, intellectual, and physical relationships between three men. As Josh and Alex explore their open marriage, they invite free-spirited Darius to share their bed one night. When an unexpected connection forms, all three men must come to terms with new definitions of love, trust, and intimacy.
 
   
Ann May 27 - Jun 28, 2020  
Pasadena Playhouse Ann
 
Iconic, heroic and hilarious, Texas Governor Ann Richards had a heart as big as the state from which she hailed, a wit to rival the greats, and an enduring passion for fair play. Neither partisan nor political, Ann is pure entertainment — an uplifting tribute to this courageous leader, dedicated mother, loving grandmother and legendary personality. Researched, written and performed by Emmy Award-winner Holland Taylor (The Practice, Legally Blonde and Two and a Half Men), whose unforgettable performance the New York Times called “frank, funny and warm…a FIERY DYNAMO,” this richly imagined play reveals a complex, colorful and captivating character whose capacity to inspire us all burns even brighter today. Ann is a no-holds-barred, “blisteringly funny” comedy (Washingtonian) you won’t soon forget.
 
   
Sakina's Restuarant May 29 - Jun 28, 2020  
Kirk Douglas Theatre Sakina's Restuarant
 
Actor, writer, and former correspondent for __The Daily Show_ Aasif Mandvi’s Sakina’s Restaurant is a vibrant, funny, and heartwarming one-man show that centers on an Indian immigrant who comes to New York to work at a restaurant and live the American dream. Sakina’s Restaurant is written and performed by Mandvi, who brings his acclaimed performance back to the stage 20 years after its Obie Award-winning debut. Entertaining and intimate, this story of what it means to be an American feels necessary and even urgent, and certainly as honest and refreshing as ever. Recommended for ages 12+ for mature themes.
 
   
Mamma Mia! May 29 - Jun 21, 2020  
La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts Mamma Mia!
 
A musical set on a Greek island paradise with a full ABBA soundtrack? My, my, how can you resist it? If that’s somehow not enough to make you fall in love, the endlessly fun story will totally do the trick.
 
   
My Fair Lady Jun 12 - Jul 5, 2020  
Dolby Theatre My Fair Lady
 
Boasting such classic songs as "I Could Have Danced All Night," "The Rain in Spain," "Wouldn't It Be Loverly" and "On the Street Where You Live," MY FAIR LADY tells the story of Eliza Doolittle, a young Cockney flower seller, and Henry Higgins, a linguistics professor who is determined to transform her into his idea of a "proper lady." But who is really being transformed?
 
   
The Band's Visit Jul 7 - Jul 26, 2020  
Dolby Theatre The Band's Visit
 
The Band's Visit is about a meeting of two groups of strangers, brought together by a simple mishap. Instead of ending up in the bustling city of Petah Tikva in Israel, an Egyptian police band accidentally end up in the small, isolated town of the similarly-pronounced Bet Hatikva and are taken in by the locals for one night. Although the setting is the catalyst for David Yazbek's beautiful, Middle Eastern-infused score, you could pick this story up and place it in any isolated town or village anywhere in the world. It is this universal aspect to the story that audiences are connecting to. A small, "unimportant" story is speaking volumes about humanity and how we can form bonds with those we usually wouldn't encounter in our regular lives. How do we overcome our loneliness? How do we re-connect with our estranged loved ones?
 
   
Treasure Island Jul 10 - Jul 26, 2020  
Carpenter Performing Arts Center Treasure Island
 
People have been embarking on the timeless adventure of Treasure Island for well over a century, but when’s the last time you heard the dastardly Long John Silver burst into song? Well, get ready to meet some pirates who love to hit high notes while they sail the high seas of Long Beach.
 
   
Annie Get Your Gun Jul 28 - Aug 23, 2020  
Pasadena Playhouse Annie Get Your Gun
 
One of the most beloved musicals of Broadway’s Golden Age returns to the stage with the strongest and most revolutionary Annie Oakley you’ve ever seen. Join us as a bluegrass band strums such memorable Irving Berlin songs as There’s No Business Like Show Business, Anything You Can Do, I Got the Sun in the Morning, and more.
 
   
King James Jul 29 - Aug 30, 2020  
Mark Taper Forum King James
 
“King” LeBron James’s reign in Cleveland brings promise, prosperity, and renewal to a city in desperate need of all three. It also brings together two strangers, who communicate best when they are talking and arguing about sports. From LeBron’s rookie season to the city’s historic championship, King James explores the star player’s impact on Cleveland and the lives of two unlikely friends, whose turbulent relationship is best navigated through their shared love of the game. King James is the new play from Cleveland native Rajiv Joseph (Archduke, Guards at the Taj), who burst onto the American theater scene with Pulitzer Prize finalist Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, which made its world premiere at Center Theatre Group in 2009 before heading to Broadway.
 
   

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