Renee Taylor & Joe Bologna

Marlow Wyatt/The Girl Blue Project

The Gallery Theatre

The Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Project

What A Pair!

Chris DeCarlo

Joanne Gordon

Jim Maurer

Phillip Sokoloff

Kim O’Rourke

Ken Takemoto

Jennie Webb

Caprice Spencer Rothe

Theatre West


Theatre West is an internationally acclaimed non-profit arts organization in Hollywood, California.  Established in 1962, Theatre West is the oldest continually running theatre company in Los Angeles.  Over the years Theatre West's plays have transferred to Broadway (Spoon River Anthology, Aesop in Central Park) and have become feature films (A Bronx Tale, Faithful). Some of Hollywood's brightest lights have made Theatre West their artistic home, including Betty Garrett, Lee Meriwether, Richard Dreyfuss, Carroll O'Connor, Harold Gould, Beau Bridges, Martin Landau, Bridget Hanley and Philip Abbott. 

Theatre West is a democratic cooperative dedicated to the artistic growth of its members.  The threefold mission statement is to conduct workshops to further our member's artistic growth, present performances grown from those workshops and to do outreach to the greater community, which we accomplish through education, children's theatre, and partnering with local schools. 

Theatre West has produced over 250 plays—two-thirds of them original pieces—while maintaining a free weekly workshop for young Associate Members and ongoing workshops for Company Members.  Theatre West’s work has been applauded with Tony Awards, Obies, 9 LA Drama Critics Awards, 7 NAACP Image Awards, and over 130 Drama-Logue Awards.  Internationally, Theatre West has been nominated by the BBC for the Best of the Fringe, and awarded the coveted Cover of the Scotsman at the Edinburgh Festival, as well as Best Ensemble Award at the Dublin Festival. 

Theatre West routinely gives back to the community through benefits for local schools, the Valley Jewish Storefront, Hollygrove Orphanage, S.T.A.G.E., APLA, Concern II, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights A.I.D.S, and other groups.