CTG Creative Collective members Steve Cuiffo, Trey Lyford and Geoff Sobelle bring “Elephant Room: Dust from the Stars” to Center Theatre Group’s Digital Stage December 16 through December 20 for seven performances only. Directed by Paul Lazar, “Elephant Room: Dust from the Stars” will be free to Center Theatre Group subscribers and supporters and $10 for all others. Please visit www.centertheatregroup.org/digitalstage/digital-stage-plus/elephant-room-dust-from-the-stars/ for tickets and more information – these live performances have limited capacity and require reservations.
Magicians turned astro-nots Daryl Hannah, Dennis Diamond and Louie Magic return in this live, interactive sci-fi sequel to “Elephant Room, ” which was produced at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in 2012. Hailed by The New York Times’ Elisabeth Vincentelli as “‘Wayne’s World’ crossbred with ‘Spinal Tap’ and ‘2001: A Space Odyssey,’ simultaneously very funny and unexpectedly touching … the most resourceful, gleefully entertaining new theater piece I have seen during the pandemic,” “Elephant Room: Dust from the Stars” was commissioned and produced by Center Theatre Group and was developed with assistance and residencies from St. Ann’s Warehouse with additional support from the Orchard Project and was presented as part of the 2020 Philadelphia Fringe Festival.
Center Theatre Group, one of the nation’s preeminent arts and cultural organizations, is Los Angeles’ leading nonprofit theatre company, which, under the leadership of Artistic Director Michael Ritchie, Managing Director / CEO Meghan Pressman and Producing Director Douglas C. Baker, programs seasons at the 736-seat Mark Taper Forum and 1600 to 2100-seat Ahmanson Theatre at The Music Center in Downtown Los Angeles, and the 317-seat Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City.
Center Theatre Group’s newest venue, the Digital Stage, features a collection of new audio and video series including Live from the KDT, Theatrical Experiences, The Forum and Audio Adventures. Center Theatre Group partners with artists and arts organizations from around the world to produce, present and create streaming theatrical content. Many offerings are provided free to the public, with a larger catalogue of videos provided free of charge to Center Theatre Group season ticket subscribers and supporters. Certain programs require an individual streaming fee. The Digital Stage also houses Center Theatre Group’s ever-expanding library of education, community outreach and Art Goes On videos.
For more information, visit CenterTheatreGroup.org/DigitalStage.