On Our Stages - Los Angeles LGBT Center

The Los Angeles LGBT Center is more than a service provider, it’s where a vibrant community comes together to learn, grow, and celebrate.

We produce live performances and host exhibitions that showcase and celebrate the lives and experiences of the diverse LGBT community. To inform and enrich people, while helping them connect with one another, we host forums, activities, and events. We also provide affordable meeting space for groups, clubs, and organizations to host their own activities.

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On Our Stages

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The Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Renberg Theatre (200 seats) and Davidson/Valentini Theatre (50-75 seats) have been home to numerous award-winning productions and performances.

Well-Strung: The Singing String Quartet


Well-Strung: The Singing String Quartet returns to the Renberg Theatre with their innovative mash-up of classical masterpieces and pop hits by such luminaries as Rihanna, Kelly Clarkson, Taylor Swift, and many more!

Renberg Theatre
Sunday, January 21

Buy Tickets: $30
or call the box office at 323-860-7300

A Very Special Evening with Jenifer Lewis - SOLD OUT


To celebrate the publication of the one-and-only JENIFER LEWIS's magnificent memoir, The Mother of Black Hollywood, Ms. Lewis returns to the Renberg Theatre for a gala event! In addition to excerpts from the book, there'll be lots of film clips spanning her career - and best of all, Ms. Lewis will sing and carry on and raise the roof!
And making the occasion even more momentous, Ms. Lewis will sign your book and then join you at a post-show party for her BIRTHDAY!

Renberg Theatre
Saturday, January 27

Buy Tickets
or call the box office at 323-860-7300

$25 General Admission and reception.
$45 Admission includes reception, a copy of The Mother of Black Hollywood, and a personalized autograph from Jenifer Lewis herself!

The Mismatch Game


Dennis Hensley & Company return for another installment of our unstoppable hit comedy show, The MisMatch Game, which features audience contestants and a panel of demented celebrity impersonations by some of L.A.'s sharpest comic improvisers.

Renberg Theatre
Friday, February 2
Saturday, February 3


Buy Tickets: $15
or call the box office at 323-860-7300

Friday, February 2

Dante as “Jack Nicholson”
Rebekah Kochan as “Pamela Anderson”
Tom Lenk as "Zooey Deschanel"
Nicol Paone as "Arianna Huffington"
Chris Pudlo as "Peewee Herman"

Saturday, February 3
Rachel Butera as “Rosie O’Donnell”
Danny Casillas as “Reba Areba”
Maile Flanagan as “Danny Bonaduce”
Daran Norris as “Julia Child”
Felix Pire as “Ricardo Montalbán”
Marc Samuel as “President Obama”

An Evening with Sweet Baby J'ai

Baby J'ai

Sweet Baby J'ai, the award-winning singer-songwriter-producer-actress brings her Women in Jazz All-Stars to the Renberg for a thrilling evening of jazz, blues, and R&B.

Renberg Theatre
Saturday, February 10

Buy Tickets
or call the box office at 323-860-7300
$25 General Admission
$50 VIP (Includes preferred seating, CD, and access to post-show reception)

Dennis Hensley's You Don't Know My Life


From the creator of The MisMatch Game comes You Don’t Know My Life, the game show where there are no wrong answers...just embarrassing ones. Contestants try to guess which L.A. celebrity gave which answer to offbeat questions, such as “What’s the most outrageous thing you’ve done in pursuit of a crush?"

Renberg Theatre
Sunday, March 11

Buy Tickets: $10
or call the box office at 323-860-7300


Call for Film Submissions:

The Los Angeles LGBT Center is proud to announce

CineArte 2018: A Latinx Queer Festival

The 2018 program includes documentaries, U.S. and international shorts, feature-length films & videos, art installations and musical performance.

CineArte is dedicated to showcasing the stories of LGBTQ two-spirited, [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], Indigeneous identities through film, art and videos. Festival Dates April 20-22, 2018

Location: Los Angeles LGBT Center’s The Village at Ed Gould Plaza
1125 N McCadden Place, Los Angeles, CA 90038

Submission Guidelines:
Looking for films and videos by and for LGBTQ two-spirited, [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] identities.


Submission opens: December 22, 2017
Deadline: February 4, 2018


– Feature films must be completed by March 1, 2018. Films that have screened in Los Angeles more than once are ineligible.
-Short films (less than 16 minutes)
-Music videos (less than 10 minutes)
-High School shorts* (less than 15 minutes)
- Alternative Online Content, New Media and Web Series encourage.

All films in a language other than English must be subtitled in English for Festival consideration and presentation.

Film submission categories
Domestic and International Feature
Domestic and International Documentary
Domestic and International Short
Music Video
Online content and Web-series

Questions and Film submission online links should be sent to [email protected].

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