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Written by Justin Tanner | Directed by Lisa James

Will the winds blow? The rains come? The cat die? 

Legendary local playwright Justin Tanner's laugh-out-loud comedy and his brilliant underbelly of sadness for humankind join forces in El Niño. 

Look for all you’ve come to love about a Tanner piece, including his regular cast. Directed by his longtime collaborator Lisa James and guest produced by French Stewart.

Closed on April 22, 2018
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Opens ​June​ 2
world premiere
Written by Tom Jacobson | Directed by Jeff Liu

Los Angeles, 1948. The soldiers are home, Japanese-Americans are freed from internment, but the city remains stuck in its divided past. Enter famed civil rights activist Bayard Rustin, who enlists Los Angeles Tribune reporter Hisaye Yamamoto in a campaign to break the color line at the celebrated Bimini Baths. (Admission of non-whites is permitted only on "Mexican Day,” i.e., the day before the pools are to be emptied and cleaned.)

Blocking their entry is Zenobio Remedios, a war veteran who must weigh his conscience against job security. Rustin, believing he needs a white ally to break the standoff, tries to seduce disgraced art historian-turned-screenwriter Everett Maxwell to the cause. But Maxwell has his own history with Bimini Baths — and Zenobio — that will test the boundaries of change and forgiveness.
Closed July 22
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Opens ​June 9
world premiere
Written by Leslie Ayvazian | Directed by Michael Arabian

John Saypian is a modern-day Don Quixote. He and his family are second generation Armenians whose parents escaped the Genocide. John believes that a tormentor is pursuing him.

Is the enemy a haunted memory from his childhood or is he real? 

100 Aprils mines the dark humor of oppression, creating a story that is both timely and universal in scope.
Closed July 23
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Opens in September
american premiere
Part I
Written by Dionna Michelle Daniel | Directed by Desean Kevin Terry

Gunshot Medley: Part 1 is a lyrical and mystical new play about the struggle against systemic racism. 

Set in a haunted North Carolina graveyard, this delicately-crafted work brings past and present together in a soulful tale of lives destroyed by the deep-seated racial tensions and conflicts that have marred America's history from Antebellum south to the present day. 

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Opens in October
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Written by Tom Morton-Smith | Directed by John Perrin Flynn

An American premiere of the play first produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company Stratford-upon-Avon and then in London.  

We see the personal cost of making history as Robert Oppenheimer struggles to cast off his radical past beliefs and hold on to opposition of power and authority.
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Opens in November
los angeles premiere
Written by Joe Gilford | Directed by Michael Pressman

Do you know who your friends are?  

When the moment came to testify before the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) some artists chose to name names, others chose to risk their careers rather than betray their friends. Finks is Joe Gilford's farsighted yet tender tribute to his blacklisted parents,the real life story of young entertainers on the brink of success, who find themselves playing roles they never dreamed they’d have to play.

This production of Finks brings together Joe Gilford and director Michael Pressman, both children of the Blacklist.  
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Gunshot Medley

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Rant & Rave
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