A bilingual, humorous journey in search of what it means to be “American.” Two baseball players from Sinaloa, Mexico arrive in the U.S. with big dreams... but no documents. Armed with their Tia's famous salsa recipe, the pair works day and night to make their taco truck the “Uncle Sam” of mobile restaurants. Will a contest to be “the most American food truck” at Dodger Stadium for the 4th of July prove to Immigration and Customs Enforcement that they belong? For adults and kids 8 and up. April…See More
February 17, 2018 at 8pm to March 19, 2018 at 7:30pm
Set to the joyful sounds of traditional Puerto Rican folk music, this poignant play — the final installment in Hudes’ three-play “Elliot cycle,” which began with the Pulitzer Prize-finalist Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue and Pulitzer Prize-winner Water by the Spoonful — chronicles a year in the life of two kindred souls as they search for love, meaning and a sense of hope in a quickly changing world. At the dawn of the Arab Spring in an ancient Jordanian town, an Iraq War veteran struggles to…See More
November 2, 2017 at 6pm to November 19, 2017 at 9:30pm
Fourteen companies from the U.S. Canada, Mexico, Cuba, Peru and Colombia celebrate dynamic, contemporary Latinx and Latin American theater during a three-week festival, with five performances presented simultaneously every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the five performance spaces that make up The Los Angeles Theatre Center. An additional 12 Los Angeles-based artists will be represented in Patas Arriba (“Upside Down”), a late night “micro-theater festival” set to take place in the…See More
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Friday 8/24 – Eric Revis at The World Stage
Bassist Eric Revis is atThe World Stage in South L.A. with Joshua White on piano, Jeff Parker on guitar, and Guillermo Brown on drums.
"Fri. Aug. 17 -- Jeff Parker, Vinny Golia & Alex Cline -- you could hardly ask for a more perfect triangle of guitar-woodwinds-drums atmosphere and avantitude, bolstered by the driving bass of Michael Alvidrez. At the World Stage, 4321…"