The Goodbye Girl
Saturday, July 21, 2018
By: Neil Simon
Directed by: Rosalind Ayres
Cast: Matthew Floyd Miller, Amy Pietz, Raini Rodriguez
Paula McFadden’s a down-on-her-luck actress who’s forced to take in a new roommate – the eccentric, noisy, and generally unpleasant Eliot Garfield – who also happens to be an actor. As their careers and finances hit new lows, their reluctant partnership threatens to turn into something neither one wants. An L.A. Theatre Works Broadcast Premiere

The Foreigner
Saturday, July 28, 2018
By: Larry Shue
Directed by: Eric Simonson
Cast: Joey Slotnick, Dina Waters, Paxton Whitehead
Charlie Baker, a proofreader by day and a boring husband by night, adopts the persona of a “foreigner” who doesn’t understand English. When others begin to speak freely around him, he not only becomes privy to secrets both dangerous and frivolous, he also discovers an adventurous extrovert within himself.

Becket, or the Honor of God
Saturday, August 4, 2018
By: Jean Anouilh, translated by Lucienne Hill
Directed by: Shirley Jo Finney
Cast: Denis O’Hare, Simon Templeman, Alan Mandell
Waiting to be punished for his part in Becket's murder, King Henry II re-lives his deeply felt relationship with the saint, once his partner in unbridled decadence.

Saturday, August 11, 2018
By: Ayad Akhtar
Directed by: Brian Kite
Cast: Geoffrey Arend, Behzad Dabu, Hari Dhillon, Sameerah Luqmaan-Harris, Emily Swallow
Amir has left his Pakistani heritage behind in an attempt to make partner at his corporate law firm, but his wife Emily doesn’t share his negative feelings about Islam—she’s encouraged Amir to help with the case of a controversial imam. Winner of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. An L.A. Theatre Works Broadcast Premiere.

Born Guilty
Saturday, August 18, 2018
By: Peter Sichrovsky, adapted by Ari Roth
Directed by: Shira Piven
Cast: Jeremy Piven, Fred Wellisch, Kate Walsh, Deidre Waters
A moving and elegiac play about one man's journey into the hearts of children raised by Nazi parents. As Peter, a Jewish journalist, digs into the past, he faces psychological barriers that threaten to bury the truth forever. A co-production with Chicago’s Red Orchid Theatre. An L.A. Theatre Works broadcast premiere.