by Jen Silverman
directed by Lindsay Allbaugh
February 09 - March 19, 2017

In Collective Rage, five different Bettys collide at the intersection of anger, sex, and “thea-tah.” This brash uncompromising comedy delivers a knockout blow to a thousand boring tropes about female identity.

February 19, 2017

A musical extravaganza for multiple celli and others performed and composed by the music director of the Pasadena Symphony (Classical & New Music).

Music from the Yale Sleeping Giant Collective
February 24, 2017

Works by Ted Hearne, Andrew Norman, & Others (new music)

Chamber Jazz for Piano & Saxophone Ensemble
February 25, 2017

"... some of the most brilliant piano playing we've heard!" Michael Francis, Executive Director, Roswell Jazz Festival

Lambda Literary Festival
March 08, 2017

Giving Tongue: a Celebration of Lesbian/Queer Poets is a reading that will feature a multi-cultural and multi-generational line-up of lesbian- and queer-identified poets. The event will celebrate decades of the vibrant presence of lesbian poetry in Los Angeles, reflecting a range of styles—poetry for the page and for the stage—and content.

The Goldberg Variations
March 10, 2017

Robson’s monumental technique illuminates Bach’smost iconic Rubik’s Cube of keyboard inventions.

Classical Music
Duos and trios of Ravel and Kodaly
March 11, 2017

With John Walz, Andrew Sords, & Timothy Durkovic 

With Elissa Johnston, Soprano & James Sullivan, Clarinet
March 17, 2017

The Soprano/Clarinet duo return to Boston Court to present one of Schubert's final works as well as Ned Rorem's setting of five poems from Sylvia Plath.

The Electroacoustic Experience
March 18, 2017

People Inside Electronics (P.I.E.) returns to Boston Court to fill the stage, and your ears, with their Electroacoustic Experience, featuring Bitpanic, the Inoo-Kallay Duo, and Scott Worthington.

by Dan O'Brien
directed by Michael Michetti
April 27 - June 04, 2017

The House in Scarsdale is the playwright's autobiographical story of desperately trying to uncover the truth about his f*cked-up family.

July 21 - 30, 2017

Save the date! Our 2017 New Play Festival is coming July 2017. Exact dates TBD.

by Julia Lederer
directed by Jessica Kubzansky
September 28 - November 05, 2017

With Love is an eccentric, edgy comedy about what it costs to give your heart away, and what happens when you discover you actually have one.

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