Skip to Content
Search
None

Archduke at the Mark Taper Forum, Apr. 25 – Jun. 4

Go Metro and Save $35 on Tickets and More

Archduke is the astonishing new play from Pulitzer Prize finalist and Obie Award winner Rajiv Joseph, one of the most exciting playwrights of our time. Joseph (Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, Guards at the Taj) returns to the Taper with this World premiere, Center Theatre Group commission that poetically traces a group of young men along their unlikely path to terrorism at the onset of World War I. Belgrade, 1914.    

Metro Discount:

Valid TAP card, Metro employee ID or LA County employee ID card holders can purchase $35 Price Level B tickets (reg. $70) or receive 10% off other seats by visiting CenterTheatreGroup.org/Metro.*

Go Metro:

The Mark Taper Forum is located at 135 N. Grand Avenue in downtown Los Angeles. Take the Metro Red/Purple Line to the Civic Center/Grand Park Station and then walk west on 1st Street to Grand Avenue. The Mark Taper Forum is located at the center of the Music Center Plaza. Plan your best route using the Trip Planner at metro.net

More Info:

Visit CenterTheatreGroup.org/tickets/mark-taper-forum/2017-18/archduke. For a map and more detailed directions, click here. Most CTG productions are presented six nights a week, excluding Mondays, with matinees on the weekend.

*This offer is not applicable to Price Level A and is available online only until May 14, 2017 (excluding May 7th).  The 10% off offer is also available for performances through May 28. This offer is not valid in Premium sections.
Center Theatre Group (CTG) is Los Angeles’ preeminent nonprofit theatre company with both the Ahmanson Theatre and the Mark Taper Forum in DTLA at The Music Center and the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Downtown Culver City. All three venues present the highest quality and broadest range of theatre, with groundbreaking new works, explosive productions of the classics and hit Broadway plays and musicals.



135 N. Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA

View All Arts/Entertainment

Share this page on
Advertisement
Close Search Window

Search metro.net, The Source, and El Pasajero