Current Season


Written By Peter Ritt
Directed By Stan Zimmerman
April 12th 2024


Written By Laura Stribling
Directed By Laura Stribling
April 26th 2024

Ticket Information

General information

Tickets go on sale to the general public approximately one month prior to the first regular performance. Tickets may be purchased online or by calling the box office. If there are tickets still available on the day of the show, you may purchase tickets at the box office prior to the performance. We accept cash, checks, and credit cards at the box office.

Buying tickets

Click here to purchase your Road Theatre tickets online 24/7 through our secure online ordering system. There are no refunds, however, we do allow ticket exchanges. All ticket exchanges must contact the box office.

Ticket Pricing

The Road works hard to provide a quality, intimate theatre experience for our audience and still keep it affordable and accessible to the community. Adults tickets are $39. Senior are available for $20. Student tickets are $15. For discounted group rates for schools or nonprofit partners, please inquire with our box office.

A letter from our Artistic Directors

Dear Patrons, Returning and New:

Opening the season is “Bisexual Sadness” by India Kotis, directed by Carlyle King. The play explores the loneliness of a complex identity with humor and sadness leaving the audience thinking and talking, which is what the Road is all about.

Fans of Steve Yockey and HBO’s “Flight Attendant” will be thrilled to experience his “Mercury”, the second show of our season. This wild ride of pitch black comedy exposes an illicit affair, bears at the window, the worst curiosity shop EVER, and a missing dog named Mr. Bundles. Directed by Ann Hearn Tobolowsky, this creative duo will thrill and chill you as they explore what happens when the temperature rises in “Mercury”, and you’ll have a devil of a time.

The final two offerings will play in repertory: “High Maintenance” written by Peter Ritt, a graduate of the Second City Conservatory of Chicago, is a nightmare of comic proportions exploring one of the most current issues of our time, the world of AI. What can possibly go wrong when a regional theatre pairs a “difficult”, scandal-plagued TV actress with a co-star from a robotic lab? Whose ego will survive? As the pundits say, tragedy is easy, it’s COMEDY THAT’S HARD!!  Directed by Stan Zimmerman.

Paired with “High Maintenance” and sharing a love of science and speculation is the world premiere of “Singularities or the Computers of Venus”, written and directed by award-winning playwright Laura Stribling. Crossing time and space as three women astronomers in three different time periods grapple with light, love and the infinite.

Three world premieres, one West Coast premiere, four sets of gifted writers and directors, and four stews of lives, loves, obsessions, demons and nightmares!!  Subscribe today to Season 33 at the Road for an unforgettable time!!


Taylor Gilbert, Founder and Artistic Director

Sam Anderson, Artistic Director



Plan Your Visit

The Road on Magnolia

The Road on Magnolia is a 66-seat venue within the NoHo Senior Arts Colony on Magnolia Blvd in North Hollywood. The facility, which has 126 senior housing units, is an arts-focused senior housing complex built in partnership with EngAGE.

Elevators are available at the location. If you need special accommodations, please contact our box office at least 48 hours prior to your scheduled performance.

  • Magnolia Blvd.
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