Theatre In Los Angeles    
Your Source For What's On Stage In Los Angeles 

   Quick Search
OR
Search by date:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  List Of Shows Now Playing
Good Boys  
Pasadena Playhouse Good Boys
 
As a senior at St. Joseph’s Prep, Brandon Hardy has the world at his feet. He is handsome, athletic, smart, and a shining example of the perfect private school student, just like his father was. But when a disturbing videotape becomes the talk of the locker room, the comfortable lives of the Hardy family threatens to shatter. Good Boys is a suspenseful drama at the Pasadena Playhouse that explores what happens when a family must separate fact from fiction — and, ultimately, choose to either preserve a legacy or risk losing everything in pursuit of the truth.
   
Gunfight at the Not-So-OK Saloon  
McCadden Place Theatre Gunfight at the Not-So-OK Saloon
 
When a clueless man named Chance wanders into town searching for his first love named Hope he discovers more than he bargained for. Hope has taken a job in the local brothel where she spends time with the tyrannical Sheriff Sunday! Hijinks ensue as Chance, Hope, and the Sheriff get entangled in a hilarious web of truth, lies and love. Who will win the girl? Come see the result of the showdown between Chance and the Sheriff to find out! Admission age: 13+
   
H*ll's Finest  
The Colony Theatre H*ll's Finest
 
A sadist, a murderer, and a predator, all share one common goal: to become the leader of the finest cult, the Ascendants of Abaddon. There’s only one problem. In order to obtain this position, they must go up against each other in a riveting competition to impress the cult’s current leader: Adam. He’s spectacularly charming and possesses the uncanny ability to influence all those who cross his path. With secrets spilled and matches met, the three contestants grow more and more daring with their desperate attempts to gain total power. However, no matter what happens, no matter who lies and who cheats, Adam always calls the final shots.
   
Happy Days  
Mark Taper Forum Happy Days
 
Academy Award-winning actress Dianne Wiest (Hannah and Her Sisters, Bullets Over Broadway) plays Winnie in Samuel Beckett's masterpiece Happy Days. With her husband increasingly out of reach and the earth itself threatening to swallow her whole, Winnie's buoyant optimism shields her from the harsh glare of the inevitable in this absurdly funny and boundlessly compassionate portrait of the human spirit. The New York Times calls Wiest "radiant" and "heartbreaking," and now you can see her in this extraordinary Yale Repertory Theatre production of Happy Days at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles.
   
The Hatmaker's Wife  
Long Beach Playhouse The Hatmaker's Wife
 
In Lauren Yee's comic fairy tale, inspired by the Jewish folktales of Sholem Aleichem, we are introduced to a young woman who moves in with her boyfriend expecting domestic bliss. Instead, she finds discomfort, displacement, and the realization that she needs more. In this witty yet deeply touching comedy, she finds assistance and guidance from the unlikeliest of sources - a wall in her new home. As the wall shares with her the magical tale of an old hatmaker and his long-suffering wife, this sweet and surreal story bends time and space to redefine the idea of family, home, and true love itself.
   
Herland  
Greenway Court Theatre Herland
 
Greenway Court Theatre & Greenway Arts Alliance presents Herland, a queer coming-of-age comedy about women growing up, growing old and rocking out to the beat of their own drums. This is an NNPN Rolling World Premiere by Grace McLeod, directed by Tiffany Moon. After graduating from high school, Natalie gets a summer internship working for Jean, her elderly neighbor, on a special project: creating a DIY retirement home for Jean and her two best friends. She helps them set up shop inside Jean’s garage, the former home of Jean’s ex-husband’s Bruce Springsteen cover band, and plan for the next chapter of their lives together. Herland is a queer coming-of-age story about women growing up, growing old, and growing into themselves.
   
Hide Your FIres: Butoh Lady Macbeth  
Lounge Theatre Hide Your FIres:  Butoh Lady Macbeth
 
Hide Your Fires: Butoh Lady Macbeth brings the audience alongside the accursed spirit of Lady Macbeth to experience her nightmare of stifled ambition, unfulfilled desire, and ultimate loss. Telling the story solely through her perspective, this production fuses Japanese Butoh dance, movement, and various texts to take you inside the mind and body of one of Shakespeare's most famous villains. ADMISSION: Age 16+
   
Hoboken  
The Complex Hoboken
 
Jack and Erica find love after a one-night stand which leaves them hopelessly trying to uncover more of each other. Erica who wants to be a famous actress and Jack, a mysterious Irishman, has the money to make her dreams come true – until a Russian screenplay, two million dollars in unmarked bills and taboo desires threaten to tear them apart. How much is too much?
   
Hollywoodn't  
Lounge Theatre Hollywoodn't
 
Lamusiccritic.com calls it one of the most anticipated shows coming to Hollywood Fringe 2019 — Hollywoodn’t is Lisa Verlo’s solo show and personal journey across Hollywood’s unsettling sexual landscape. Directed by and developed with Jessica Lynn Johnson, it is a musical memoir told with candor and insight into the life of an actress before women dared to speak up. With original songs co-written with Frank Simes, Musical Director for The Who, Lisa Verlo brings humor and a light heart to a heavy subject. Creative visuals and video projections add to the multimedia recounting of her experiences on the casting couches of LA.
   
The Human [oid] Experience  
Stephanie Feury Studio (SFS) Theatre The Human [oid] Experience
 
THE HUMAN[OID] EXPERIENCE. First time Fringers and brothers Chris and Corduroy Chapman tackle the issues of pain and escapism in the Age of Technology. The Human[oid] Experience is a Tragicomedy centered around a heartbroken novelist in the face of a career-defining deadline, an emotional robot, and the all too familiar void. Ages 17+
   
I Am Not A Man  
Studio C Artists I Am Not A Man
 
I Am Not A Man, a little girl stops trying to be a tough guy and finds her greatest strength is vulnerability. Can her Father do the same? Turning pain into laughter is the best kind of alchemy. Comedian and Founder of the all female comedy show, The Laugh Riot Dolls, Heather Kozlakowski brings stand up comedy, raw story-telling and character driven healing to the 2019 Hollywood Fringe Festival. ages 18+
   
I'm Jennifer Mother F*cking Lawrence  
McCadden Place Theatre I'm Jennifer Mother F*cking Lawrence
 
From the ridiculous mind of Writer/Director Cole Quirk comes a story of overcoming fears, no matter how rational, or irrational, they may be. I’m Jennifer Mother F*cking Lawrence takes you to a Hawaiian bungalow to experience a rollercoaster of emotions as actresses Jennifer Lawrence and Rose Byrne team up to face off against an eight legged monster.
   
If We Run  
Lounge Theatre If We Run
 
If We Run is the world premiere of acclaimed, multi-Fringe award-winning playwright Matt Morillo's latest play, a romantic comedy/drama about a former couple who seemed to have it all but lost it somewhere along the way.
   
Indecent  
Ahmanson Theatre Indecent
 
In February 1923, audiences witnessed Broadway's first lesbian kiss at the English-language premiere of God of Vengeance, a play by Yiddish writer Sholem Asch. Days later, the NYPD Vice Squad arrested and prosecuted the entire cast on obscenity charges. Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel (How I Learned to Drive) turned this true story into the acclaimed Broadway production Indecent, which won Tony awards for lighting design and for direction by Rebecca Taichman. This critically adored play at L.A.'s Ahmanson Theatre confronts the challenges faced by new American immigrants as cultures clash and stoke the fires of prejudice. Don't miss this chance to experience Indecent's klezmer-inspired original score and find out why The New York Times called it "a superbly realized, remarkably powerful new play."
   
Inspecting Carol  
Westminster Community Theatre Inspecting Carol
 
Catch the holiday spirit with the infectious Inspecting Carol, a madcap comedy written by Tony Award-winning director Daniel J. Sullivan. Set somewhere in the Midwest, the play follows a regional theater company gearing up for their umpteenth annual production of A Christmas Carol. With their funding about to be cut, though, they've got to convince a government inspector that they're deserving of an arts endowment -- or the show won't go on. Unbeknownst to them, however, they've mistaken a would-be actor for the inspector and are pulling out all the stops to impress the wrong guy. They've done this show so many times before, what could possibly go wrong? The answer, of course, is everything ... and then some! Punctuated by hilarious sequences of physical comedy, this entertaining show will have you laughing your way into the holidays.
   
The Institute for The Opposite of Longing  
The Actors Company The Institute for The Opposite of Longing
 
Please enter the Opposite of Longing Chamber and state your primary symptom of longing. And where do you feel it in your body? And how much do you feel it on a scale of 1 to 10? And are you running out of time? The Institute for The Opposite of Longing can cure that thing deep in the pit of your body. But what happens when its owners and operators can’t let go of the little boy they had to give back? And can’t stop reenacting the day they packed his bags and watched him go. Or tucking him in at night or talking to his empty shoes or unpacking the bag of his things they keep hidden. What happens when these are the women who are responsible for curing that thing, that thing you feel deep in the pit of your body? Please enter the Opposite of Longing Chamber. We can help you. The process is simple.
   
Invisible Tango  
Geffen Playhouse Invisible Tango
 
Magic sensation Helder Guimarães returns to the Geffen with the world premiere of his one-man show, Invisible Tango. Directed by legendary film producer and director Frank Marshall (Jurassic World, Indiana Jones, Goonies, Back to the Future), Invisible Tango explores the nature of secrets and how far we are willing to go to discover them. In the midst of the information age and our culture of over-sharing, Guimaraes challenges our interaction with the unknown and explores how we can embrace the magic of wonder and mystery.
   

Page 3 of 4

 

  1 2 3 4

View All