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After more than 37 years of marriage, Sumi bans James from their home, forcing him to “start from the beginning” and reignite their relationship by visiting her as if it were a first date.

Performances: Oct 26 – Nov 19, 2017
Previews $30
Oct 26 – 29, 2017
Regular Performances $40 – $60
Nov 2 – 19, 2017
Thur – Sat 8pm
Sat – Sun 2pm Matinee

Wed. November 1, 8pm
Tickets $80 – 90*
*includes catered reception

The David Henry Hwang Theater at the Union Center for the Arts

120 Judge John Aiso Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012

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and to benefit Robey directly.

Summer Advanced Scene Workshop

Summer Advanced Scene Workshop

September 18, 2017 – November 27, 2017

Mondays 7 – 10pm


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Summer Playwrights Lab

Summer Playwrights Lab

Saturday, 10 am – 1 pm
September 9 – November 18, 2017


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Ben Guillory talks Paul Robeson, Danny Glover, the Harlem Renaissance, and the Importance of Black Theater

Jazz Age Modernist – Painting by Archibald John Motley Jr.

The Robey Theatre Company, in association with the Los Angeles Theatre Center, will mount the 2017 Paul Robeson Theatre Festival, with the theme: Harlem To Central Avenue, from August 25-27, at the Los Angeles Theatre Center in downtown Los Angeles. The festival, featuring fifteen 10-minute plays and framed by jazz music and spoken word poetry, celebrates the Harlem Renaissance and the impact that it ultimately had on black culture and the arts in Los Angeles.

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Written by Clare Coss
Directed by Ben Guillory

W. E. B. Du Bois and Miss Mary White Ovington, two courageous leaders across the color line, co-founders of the NAACP, find themselves unexpectedly alone in their New York City office on a Sunday morning, June 1915. Infuriated over the decision of white board members to curtail his autonomy, Dr. Du Bois is determined to resign. Miss Ovington confronts his firm resolve with forceful arguments and sophisticated seductions. 

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Otto René Castillo Awards for Political Theatre

Robey Receives Otto Award

Robey Receives 8 NAACP Award Nominations!!!

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Knock Me A Kiss

Lead Performances: Toyin Moses & Keir Thirus


Supporting Performances: Rosie Lee Hooks & Ashlee Olivia


Set Design: Tom Meleck


Costume Design: Naila Aladdin Sanders

The Magnificent Dunbar Hotel

Supporting Performance: Kyle Connor McDuffie


Set Design: Michael D. Ricks

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