This will be Artists at Play’s FIFTH year of producing theatre in Los Angeles, and we have some exciting programming lined up for you in 2015.

Mainstage Production
September 19-October 11, 2015

In Love and Warcraft 
(West Coast Premiere) 
by Madhuri Shekar
directed by Alejandra Cisneros

This fall, Artists at Play is absolutely thrilled to present our fifth mainstage show: In Love and Warcraft by Madhuri Shekar. Aside from having an amazing title, In Love and Warcraft is a fresh look at the collision between online gaming and In Real Life (IRL) relationships. We have all been fans of Maduri’s work in the past– a delightful intersection of humor, love and subculture–and this play is no exception. So get ready to venture into the World of Warcraft with Artists at Play!


CTG Literary Tour
May 12-15, 2015

99 Histories 
by Julia Cho 

Artists at Play welcomed back the cast of 99 Histories (written by the playwright Julia Cho, directed by Leslie Ishii) for a week of readings in May at libraries located in East Los Angeles. Center Theatre Group invited us to participate in their library reading series as part of their program, The Shop, which provides residents throughout Boyle Heights the chance to make theatre a part of everyday life. The readings took place on May 12-15 and included post-show talkbacks with Christian Maldonado, exploring the issues of mental health in the Latino community.

Artists at Play Readings
Saturday, April 4, 2015

by Sanaz Toossi 

by Carla Ching

On Saturday, April 4, Artists at Play presented our annual spring reading series. Keeping with our 2-plays/1-day setup, this year we proudly presented readings of two new works: Nobody’s Child by Sanaz Toossi, along with The Two Kids That Blow Shit Up by Carla Ching. These readings were held at the Lounge Theatre, where we presented our last mainstage production, 99 Histories.

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