Touring our plays around the world

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Madrid, Spain

Bejing, China

Porto Alegre, Brazil

Spoleto, Italy

Shanghai, China

Want to learn our unique style of acting?

Take a Class

May 17 – June 16 
Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays @ 8:00 pm 
Sundays at 2:00 pm 

Closing out our season, this “festival” production of short original plays is written and directed by The Actors’ Gang ensemble.  The evening is a tour of the human landscape: habit, compulsion, anger, trauma, acceptance, chance, liberty, nature and the unnatural

June 27 – The Actors’ Gang @ 7:00 pm

Winner of the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for drama, How I Learned to Drive is the story of a woman who learns the rules of the road and of life from behind the wheel of a car.

What they’re saying about the Actors’ Gang

– “The best theatre in America for stylized drama.”

The Hudson Review

– “Thank god for the Actors’ Gang. More than any other company it can be counted on to deliver the kind of audacious work that takes risks as it entertains.”

Orange County Register

– “Obviously gifted performers”

LA Times

– “The Gang is an enormously talented and versatile ensemble with a genius for refreshingly engaged political humor.”

San Francisco Examiner
Summer Programs for Kids

Through our Summer programs, we’re creating a laboratory for the future generation of theater-makers where they can gain skills to develop their own creative voices or deepen their craft, in a safe playing space.

On this journey, while exploring The Actors’ Gang’s signature acting technique, “The Style”, the young artists will be encouraged to connect with their emotions, develop a high level of focus, and a strong connection to each other as an ensemble.

Call us: (310) 838 – 4264

Visit us: 9070 Venice Blvd, Culver City CA

The Actors’ Gang was founded in 1981 by a group of young artists looking to build a theater in Los Angeles that would present relevant and vibrantly entertaining plays for the stage. Guided by Founding Artistic Director, Tim Robbins, the company provides a supportive environment for a diverse ensemble of artists and the development of their groundbreaking work. Their goal is to produce plays that contribute to the ongoing dialogue about our society and culture, while never forgetting that theater’s primary purpose is to entertain.

Audience Services

Tickets and Events: Email: BoxOffice@TheActorsGang.com

General information: Email: info@TheActorsGang.com

Phone: 310.838.4264

Telephone Hours: Mon – Friday 10am–6pm excluding holidays

 Other Departments

 Marketing and Communications – Gratiela Brancusi

Development and Fundraising – Joshua Lamont

Administrative – Guebri VanOver

Rentals – Cihan Sahin

 Programs

The Prison Project

The Education Department – Adam Jefferis