Current Season

Rescued Poster

The Rescued

Written By Julie Marie Myatt
Directed By Marya Mazor
Sept 21st Thru Nov 11th
Death House Poster

Death House

Written By Jason Karasev
Directed By Michael Peretzian
January 2019
Friends with Guns

Friends with Guns

Written By Stephanie Alison Walker
Directed By Randee Trabitz
March 2019


Written By Michael Perlman
May 2019

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 ticket refunds, however, we do allow certain ticket exchanges. All ticket exchanges must contact the box office no later than 48 hours prior to to the start of the originally purchased performance.

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 $34. Senior and student tickets are available for $15. For discounted group rates for schools or nonprofit partners, please inquire with our box office.


Road Theatre stage

Benefits of subscribing

Season subscribers save money on individual tickets, benefit from free ticket exchanges, and receive special invitations to opening night performances and the Summer Playwrights Festival. To name a seat in one of our theatres after yourself or a loved one, please contact our Road Theatre staff at (818) 761-8838. For a gift of $550, patrons will receive a seat naming opportunity, as well as two opening night tickets to all remaining shows in the current season, and week-long passes to the Summer Playwrights Festival.

Plan Your Visit

The Road has two locations

The Road on Lankershim is a black-box theatre located within the historic Lankershim Arts Center in the NoHo Arts District. Built circa 1939 as a Department of Water & Power Building, the Lankershim Arts Center was renovated and transformed into an arts center by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs. It is now a registered cultural landmark.

The Road on Magnolia is a 76-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 both locations. If you need special accommodations, please contact our box office at least 48 hours prior to your scheduled performance.

  • Lankershim Blvd.
  • Magnolia Blvd.
Plan Your Visit