UPDATED: November 25, 2020
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The Broad Stage is working hand-in-hand with Santa Monica College, the City of Santa Monica, Los Angeles County and performing arts venues throughout the region on how to return safely to live, public performances. Santa Monica College’s campus remains closed through Spring 2021, which includes the theaters located at the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center: The Eli & Edythe Broad Stage’s main stage, The Edye Second Space and The East Wing. Therefore, The Broad Stage has postponed any live, in-theater programs until Summer 2021. We will continue to present an array of programs online and hope to offer outdoor, physically-distanced events in the Spring.
Join the Drive to Go Live!
Ensure the performing arts continue to thrive on the Westside for years to come and support our Drive to Go Live campaign. Your gift will help The Broad Stage get ready for what’s next, as we continue to innovate and collaborate with celebrated artists and discover ways to inspire and connect with our audiences and community. Contributors to the Drive to Go Live campaign at $250 and above, who make their gift by December 16, will be invited to The Broad Stage Holiday Extravaganza on December 17, featuring Storm Large, Hiromi, Lil Buck and more incredible artists!
If you are a subscriber and/or ticketholder to postponed 2020/21 Season performances, please choose to convert your ticket package to a Membership with a tax-deductible donation. You’ll become a Member at the level that corresponds with your gift amount (or potentially upgrade your membership, if you are already a member), gain access to exclusive Member events and receive free tickets to at least four on-demand performances across the coming months. If converting your package to a donation is not right for you, you may leave the funds on account for future performances or request a refund.
Safety comes first
The safety and personal comfort of our patrons are paramount. We are working with artists on safe, outdoor events and will not resume indoor performances until health authorities allow it and we are confident we can move forward with minimal risk to patrons, artists and staff.
Things will not go back to normal as early as we had hoped, but we will create a new normal together. For now, we can share what we do know.