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Get all 9 plays in our digital season, each with it's own digital extra or virtual event. Only full subscribers receive "LATW: From Broadway to Broadcast" detailing our origins as an audio theatre company with our founding members.

Season begins Nov. 18th.  Please allow up to 72 hours for email delivery of content.

A roast of well-meaning political correctness, The Thanksgiving Play puts the American origin story in the comedy-crosshairs: Three “woke,” white thespians are tasked with devising an elementary school pageant about the first Thanksgiving, while avoiding any culturally appropriative missteps. Includes an interview with playwright Larissa FastHorse. 

Releases on Nov. 18th.

A forensic economist and a small-town accountant struggle to determine the value of a human life. Directed by Rosalind Ayres, starring Sarah Drew and Seamus Dever.  Includes an interview with the playwright.  Releases on December 16th.

A zoologist in Australia gets funding to save an endangered species from the very company that threatens its existence. Will this deal with the devil allow her to save the species, or will it destroy her entire life’s work? Releases on Jan. 31, 2021.

Based on the true story of Jorge Odón and the birthing device he invented in his garage, Chiara Atik’s comedy spans time and space in an effort to grapple with the mystery and the miracle of maternity. Directed by Rosalind Ayres, starring Ana Ortiz and Herbert Siguenza. Releases on March 13, 2021.

In this one-man tour-de-force based on Picasso’s writings, Sigüenza (LA's Culture Clash) takes on the role of the legendary artist, inviting the audience into Picasso's private studio for an intimate and revealing weekend as he prepares to deliver six new works to a buyer on Monday morning. Releases on April 26, 2021.
A team of lawyers use a little known legal writ to fight to overturn the conviction of Fred Korematsu, unjustly sentenced for resisting the WWII mass incarceration of all Japanese Americans on the West Coast.  While the government uses every tactic to make the case go away, the lawyers and their defendant insist on nothing short of justice. Releases on May 1, 2021.
After resisting the draft during WWII, Ichiro returns to Seattle, where he struggles to transition into life after the war. Set during the aftermath of the U.S. government’s incarceration of 120,000 people of Japanese descent the play is based in the novel by John Okada.  Releases on May 15, 2021.
The extraordinary true story of Abe, a man the playwright met at his synagogue. Abe was a fellow of great humor and heart who not only survived three years at Auschwitz — certainly the worst place on earth — but fell in love there. Abe's life speaks to the resilience of the human spirit, renewal and hope, even when there seems to be none. Starring Alan Mandell as Abe and Stephen Tobolowsky as himself.  Releases on June 1, 2021.

In this new, L.A. Theatre Works-commission, BBC Radio’s Kate McAll adapts the classic whodunit. Detective Hercule Poirot receives an urgent letter from Paul Renauld, summoning him to France. When he arrives, Poirot and his companion Hastings find they are too late.  And to complicate things, certain facts just don’t add up.  Releases on July 1, 2021.