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Review the Shows
Long Day\'s Journey Into Night

<strong>FINAL WEEK &bull; MUST CLOSE MARCH 18!</strong>

Long Day's Journey Into Night

January 31 - March 18, 2017
Gil Cates Theater

Written by Eugene O'Neill
Directed by Jeanie Hackett
Featuring Angela Goethals, Stephen Louis Grush, Jane Kaczmarek, Alfred Molina & Colin Woodell

“This Geffen revival reminds us why actors and audiences keep returning to O’Neill’s haunted house.” – Los Angeles Times
“There is arguably no greater classic in American theater.” – Santa Barbara Independent
“A superbly acted and designed revival under Jeanie Hackett’s inspired direction.” –
“Brilliant performances... Alfred Molina commands the stage!” –
“Jane Kaczmarek is stunning as Mary Tyrone... Colin Woodell gives a star-making performance... Stephen Louis Grush is electrifying!” –

Eugene O'Neill's semi-autobiographical masterpiece pulls back the curtain on the Connecticut home of the Tyrone family, where deep-seated resentments and bourbon-fueled tirades cause a family to expose their darkest natures. O'Neill paints the powerful and heart-rending portrait of a single day that begins as any other, only to become a night from which they will never recover.

Recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama

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The Legend of Georgia McBride

The Legend of Georgia McBride

April 4 - May 14, 2017
Gil Cates Theater

Written by Matthew Lopez
Directed by Mike Donahue
Choreography by Paul McGill
Featuring Andrew Burnap, Matt McGrath, Nija Okoro, Larry Powell & Nick Searcy
West Coast Premiere

CRITICS' PICK! “A stitch-in-your-side funny new comedy...full of sass and good spirits!” – The New York Times
“Featuring enough amusingly bitchy one-liners and energetic musical numbers to be a genuine crowd-pleaser!” – The Hollywood Reporter
“A funny and often glorious tribute to the art of drag...a barrelful of fun!” – Variety
“Chasing buzzy themes of identity and transformation, Georgia McBride is by turns sweet and salty and deceptively deep.” – New York Daily News
“You'll laugh at the zingy one-liners and tap your toes to the fun song-and-dance numbers.” –
“Sheer bust-a-gut, lose-yourself, feel-good fun at the theater!” – NY1
“A heartfelt, feel-good comedy and a spirited defense of drag as a form of cultural protest and a way of life.” – AM New York

After years of struggling at a small-time club in the Florida Panhandle, Casey realizes it’s now or never for his career as an Elvis impersonator. Enter Miss Tracy Mills, a self-proclaimed grand dame of drag who guarantees Casey’s life is about to get “all shook up.” Matthew Lopez’s hip-shakin’, heartwarming tale explores what happens when one man trades in his blue suede shoes for platform pumps and discovers he ain’t nothing but a drag queen.



June 6 - July 16, 2017
Gil Cates Theater

Written by Nick Payne
Directed by Giovanna Sardelli
Featuring Ginnifer Goodwin
Additional casting to be announced.

Los Angeles Premiere

CRITICS' PICK! “Who knew that higher physics could be so sexy, so accessible — and so emotionally devastating?” – The New York Times
“Short and sweet and strangely haunting.” – Variety
“A singular astonishment, at once eloquent and mysterious.” – The New Yorker

Roland is a beekeeper. Marianne is a quantum physicist. What are their odds of falling in love? With infinite moments that can change the trajectory of a life, it’s anyone’s guess how cosmic collision is possible. Nick Payne’s Olivier and Drama League nominated hit is a charming, devastating and profound exploration of the universal truth of finding and losing love. A play that balances on the question of “what if” is, at its core, a poignant picture of “what is.”

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