The Orpheum Theatre – one of L.A.’s most venerable landmarks opened its doors on February 15, 1926 and still has a Mighty Wurlitzer organ, that is one of three working pipe organs remaining in Southern California.  From a young Judy Garland’s 1933 vaudeville performance to recent filmings of the hit TV shows “American Idol” and “So You Think You Can Dance”, this renowned venue hosts an array of theatrical productions, religious events, concerts, weddings, film festivals, seminars, private parties, variety shows, awards shows, movie shoots, music video shoots, television show and commercial shoots and much more.

Upcoming Calendar

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10/26/2017 | 8:00PM (Doors at 7:00PM)

Live Nation Present
My Dad Wrote A Porno

Ticketmaster onsale to general public: 8/25 @ 10:00am
Ticketmaster Pre-sale: 8/23 @ 10:00am
Ticket prices (All Reserved Seating):
$37.50 Orchestra
$37.50 Boxes and Mezzanine
$37.50 Balcony

8 ticket limit for all price levels

Show is all ages.

Ticket are available for purchase at the theater box office on our fee free Wednesdays, from 1 pm to 7 pm.

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10/27/2017 | 8:00PM (Doors at 7:00PM)

Je’Caryous Johnson Present
Two Can Play That Game

Ticketmaster onsale to general public: 8/11 @ 10:00am
Ticketmaster Pre-sale: 8/10 @ 10:00am
Ticket prices (All Reserved Seating):
$95.50 Front Orchestra
$65.50 Rear Orchestra, Mezzanine, Boxes and Front Balcony
$59.50 Rear Balcony

8 ticket limit for all price levels

Show is all ages.

Ticket are available for purchase at the theater box office on our fee free Wednesdays, from 1 pm to 7 pm.

 

Writer/Director/Producer Je’Caryous Johnson who brought you the sold out hit play, “MARRIED BUT SINGLE,” is back with his next romantic comedy – “TWO CAN PLAY THAT GAME.” The movie you loved is now a stage play and coming to your city. “TWO CAN PLAY THAT GAME” is the comedy that proves when men start playing around, women will even the score. Hollywood Star and Queen of the Screen Vivica A. Fox reprises her role from the original movie as relationship guru, Shante Smith and gives fans the real low down on everyday rules to relationships. The stage version gives audiences the same story they fell in love with in the original movie with some new twists and turns. When it comes to matters of the heart, Shante Smith is so adept at navigating the waters of romance that her girlfriends look to her for relationship advice. But soon, Shante’s own relationship becomes the example when her boyfriend, Keith, is caught red-handed stepping out with his co-worker and her archrival, Conny. However, when Shante institutes a plan full of tricks and games to get Keith to act right, he, with the help of his friend Tony, fire back with a quickness, letting Shante know that “TWO CAN PLAY THAT GAME.” So, whether you call it a “Battle of the Sexes” or “Love and War,” “TWO CAN PLAY THAT GAME” explores the rules of dating in a hilarious way and displays how men and women relate or don’t relate to each other.