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Katori Hall's masterpiece reimagines Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s last night on earth.
No One Is Safe.
A world premiere play by Ramiz Monsef.
We're now accepting artist submissions for the 2023/2024 Season.
06.06 – 07.09.2023
A single night’s reckoning with racism, righteousness, and the rocky path toward justice, The Mountaintop imagines what Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s last night on Earth could have been.
Gil Cates Theater
06.20 – 07.30.2023
A horror play infused with darkly humorous social commentary, The Ants asks why we spend so much money protecting ourselves instead of investing in our shared humanity.
Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater
09.06 – 10.15.2023
A transcendent and tender coming-of-age journey that reminds us to pay attention to life's smallest joys—and to each other.
10.04 – 11.05.2023
When a glass of wine spills, an intimate gathering of family and friends takes an unexpected turn, unleashing a spiraling sequence of events that will irrevocably change their lives.
01.17 – 02.18.2024
Take a raucous romp through the halls of the West Wing in a riotous farce about the men who hold the power vs. the women who get the job done.
02.07 – 03.17.2024
On a hot summer night in Texas, three women gather down at the bayou with a secret too big to keep in a hilarious, suspenseful world premiere about loyalty, healing, and comeuppance.
03.27 – 04.28.2024
Juicy faces a Shakespearean-sized dilemma when the ghost of his dead father demands revenge in this Pulitzer Prize–winning take on Hamlet, direct from Broadway to L.A.
04.25 – 06.09.2024
Portuguese immigrant, storyteller, and sleight-of-hand magician Helder Guimarães returns to the Geffen with an entirely new theatrical event.
06.12 – 07.14.2024
An unexpected new dad in the NICU must choose between being a biological parent or becoming a father in a heartfelt new play where growth is measured in more than grams.
Specialized theater education programming and resources for educators to create quality, accessible learning experiences.
Access to plays and resources for students in Los Angeles to learn and create through theater.
Dialogue and creative engagement through theater-going & theater-making at the Geffen.
A six-week creative dramatic writing workshop for young adults (ages 18-24).
Learn more about the impact of our education programs in our schools and our community.
Geffen Playhouse and its Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee have been busy working behind-the-scenes on some exciting new DEI community initiatives. We’d love to share them with you, and invite you on the journey.
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