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2020 Tony Award Winner
A new play, generations in the making.
Mentalist Vinny DePonto leads us on a raucous romp through the back channels of our innermost thoughts with an interactive new show.
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A season full of Tony Award winners, sweeping epic sagas, and provocative world premieres. Subscribers receive the best seats at the best price, along with incredible benefits.
09.13 – 11.27.2022
Geffen Playhouse alums Matthew Lopez & Mike Donahue (The Legend of Georgia McBride, 2017) reunite for an extended run of the celebrated Stephen Daldry production after its Olivier Award-sweeping London and Tony-award winning Broadway runs.
Gil Cates Theater
11.08 – 12.18.2022
In Mindplay, mentalist Vinny DePonto leads us on a raucous romp through the back channels of our innermost thoughts, exploring the fragmented and flawed nature of our memories, and asks us to question whether we can trust the voice inside our heads.
Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater
01.31 – 03.05.2023
The First Deep Breath is a ferocious new epic by Lee Edward Colston II, chronicling the depths families will go to hide their skeletons from the outside world and each other.
02.28 – 04.09.2023
A world premiere musical by Zoe Sarnak and Rachel Bonds, The Lonely Few is a love story between two women searching for a sense of home.
04.04 – 05.07.2023
Elizabeth McGovern (Downton Abbey) stars as legendary Hollywood icon Ava Gardner in in this theatrical glimpse into the private life of Hollywood's original femme fatale.
06.06 – 07.09.2023
A single night’s reckoning with racism, righteousness, and the rocky path toward justice, The Mountaintop imagines what Dr. King’s last night on Earth could have been.
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.
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