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Production Postponement Notice

UPDATED JULY 16, 2020—We’ve been working hard behind-the-scenes to make preparations for our upcoming 25th Anniversary Season. While our intention was to have announced a fully reimagined schedule by now, it’s become clear productions on our Gil Cates Theater and Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater stages will not resume before Spring 2021.

Although our physical theater stages will be dark a little while longer, we’re continuing to develop new productions under our Geffen Stayhouse banner to launch alongside The Present, with more details to follow soon.

The health, safety and well-being of our patrons, artists, employees and all Geffen visitors remain our top priorities, and we plan to unveil the full lineup of the next season as soon as possible. We look forward to welcoming audiences back in 2021, once we can all gather and celebrate the wonder, camaraderie and spirit of live theater.

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The Arts & Culture sector employs 5.1 million people and provides $877 billion value added to the U.S. economy. It adds more value to the economy than transportation, agriculture, or tourism. The Arts & Culture sector is a cornerstone of the larger U.S. economy, making up 4.5% of GDP. Despite their out-sized cultural and economic contribution, the Arts & Culture sector of the U.S. economy is in grave danger.

Extend Unemployment. Full COBRA Subsidies. Relief for Artists. You Can Help.

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