We consider the safety and security of our patrons, visitors, artists and employees our absolute highest priority. In accordance with the state and county “safer at home” orders, we suspended events through the end of our 2019/20 season. We are making our best effort to reschedule these events if they aren’t already.
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Suspended EventsIf you are a ticketholder for any of the following, please use this form to let us know how you would like us to handle your tickets.
- MAR 26 – Mnozil Brass
- MAR 28 – Hiromi: Solo
- MAR 29 - Red Hen Press: New Traditions
- APR 9-10 – Nat Geo Live: Hidden Wild: Secrets of the Everglades
- APR 11 – Dee Dee Bridgewater and Bill Charlap
- APR 13 – Dance for All
- APR 17-19 – USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance
- APR 19 – Beethoven, Bagels & Banter
- MAY 1-3 – Angel's Bone (co-presented with LA Opera Off Grand)
- MAY 16 - Diana Damrau & Nicolas Testé
- MAY 17 - Lynn Harrell, cellist
blackbox @ the edye: The Reverend Shawn Amos & The Brotherhood
Originally scheduled for April 24, blackbox @ the edye: The Reverend Shawn Amos & The Brotherhood, has been rescheduled to October 16, 2020. Ticketholders will be automatically transferred to the new date. If you are unable to attend the new date, please use this form to let us know how you would like to handle your tickets.
The Broad Stage HonorsThis special event honoring Board President Richard Kendall and his wife Lisa See, currently scheduled for April 25, will be rescheduled to November 8, 2020.
The Broad Stage 2020/21 Season Announcement PostponedThe March 30 Members-Only Season Announcement Event is postponed and the 2020/21 Season On-Sale will be moved to a future date, to be announced shortly. Our new Artistic & Executive Director Rob Bailis and The Broad Stage team have curated an ambitious and thrilling 2020/21 season, marking an important and evolutionary next era for The Broad Stage and our Westside community. We hope you’ll join us, so please stay tuned!
Please Take CareOur thoughts are with you and your loved ones during this challenging and unprecedented time, as we know you are with us. To stay in touch, please follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and/or YouTube, and sign up for our emails—we will be sending periodic updates and diversions from the arts community.
We look forward to welcoming our Broad Stage community back into our spaces when the future becomes more clear and we can safely proceed with our normal operations and performances. Please take good care of yourselves and your loved ones. We will stay in touch with you regarding any other necessary programming changes. Thank you for your ongoing support during these uncertain times.