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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Meet Sage

At the Center I was wanted; someone was thinking about me for the first time.

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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.


Get ready to match the stars! Its...

THE MISMATCH GAME! 15TH ANNIVERSARY!

MisMatch

For 15 years, Dennis Hensley & his MisMatch company have been creating game show chaos and comedy magic at the Renberg Theatre!
Come find out why this unstoppable hit show just won’t quit! Featuring audience contestants and a panel of demented celebrity impersonations by some of L.A.’s sharpest and funniest comic improvisers.

Renberg Theatre

FRIDAY, MARCH 29TH – 8 PM

Jackie Beat (Bea Arthur)
Willam Belli (Jessica Simpson)
Danny Casillas (Reba Areba)
Nadya Ginsburg (Cher)
Chris Pudlo (Pee-wee Herman)
Marc Samuel (Barack Obama)

SATURDAY, MARCH 30TH - 8 PM

Julie Brown (Melania Trump)
Maile Flanagan (Danny Bonaduce)
Daniele Gaither (Wendy Williams)
Rebekah Kochan (Pamela Anderson)
Tom Lenk (Zooey Deschanel)
Sam Pancake (Lisa Whelchel)

General Admission: $15

BUY TICKETS:
or call the box office at 323-860-7300


Miss Coco Peru: Have You Heard?

MisMatch

Drag legend Miss Coco peru loves to reminisce, and in her new show, HAVE YOU HEARD?, she performs some of her favorite monologues and songs, as well as some brand-new stories and music. It's an evening to remember...and reminisce about...for years to come!

Renberg Theatre

Friday, April 26 & Saturday, April 27 at 8p.m.

Sunday, April 28 at 7 p.m.

General Admission: $35

BUY TICKETS:
or call the box office at 323-860-7300


Steve Tyler presents

MisMatch

"VALLEY OF THE DOLLS" - A Benefit Staged Reading
Screenplay by Dorothy Kingsley

100% Proceeds Benefit
Alcott Center for Mental Health
& Los Angeles LGBT Center

Directed by Richard Hochberg
Produced by Steve Tyler

Two Performances Only
Friday, May 3 at 8 p.m.
Saturday, May 4 at 8 p.m.

Join us after each show in the Courtyard for Dessert Reception w Cast

BUY TICKETS:
or call the box office at 323-860-7300

General Admission: $70
VIP: $120 (Includes priority seating, Dessert Reception w Cast)
Reserved VIP: $250 (Includes Reserved VIP Seat, Dessert Reception w Cast)
Premium VIP: $1000 (Includes Reserved Premium VIP Seat, Dessert Reception w Cast, Autographed Cast Poster, Name or Ad in Program, "Shout Out" from the Stage)

Cast
Steve Bluestein as Ted Casablanca/Claude Cardot
Wilson Cruz as Neely O'Hara
Joely Fisher as Narrator (Fri)
Mo Gaffney as Bellamy
Robert Gant as Kevin Gilmore
Tom Lenk as Mel Anderson
Greg Louganis as Tony Polar
Alec Mapa as Anne Wells
Laraine Newman as Narrator (Sat)
Sheryl Lee Ralph as Helen Lawson
Gordon Thomson as Lyon Burke
Joan Van Ark as Miriam Polar
Bruce Vilanch as Jennifer North
Marissa Jaret Winokur as Miss Stenberg

 

Valley of the Dolls is presented through special arrangement with Tiger LLC, in association with Lisa Bishop and Whitney Robinson.


Call for Film Submissions:

The Los Angeles LGBT Center is proud to announce

CineArte 2019: A LatinX Queer Festival

The 2019 program includes documentaries, U.S. and international shorts, feature-length films, and art installations. CineArte is dedicated to showcasing the stories of LGBTQ two-spirited, [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], Indigenous identities through film and videos.

Festival Dates August 2-3, 2019

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 by and for LGBTQ two-spirited, [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] identities.

SUBMISSION DEADLINES

Submission opens: March 25, 2019
Deadline: May 10, 2019

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

-Feature films must be completed by May 10, 2019. Running length should be more than 65 minutes. Films that have screened in Los Angeles more than once are ineligible.
-Feature films that have had commercial theatrical, television or internet play in the U.S. are ineligible.
-Short films (less than 16 minutes)
-Music videos (less than 10 minutes)
-High School shorts* (less than 15 minutes)
-Alternative Online Content or Web Series (less than 16 minutes)

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

*High School shorts must be works shot, directed and produced by high school students.

 

Film Submission Categories

Domestic and International Feature
Domestic and International Documentary
Domestic and International Short
Music Video
Online Content and Web Series

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


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