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King of the Yees, Jul. 9-Aug. 6

Save $20 on tickets and more.

For nearly 20 years, playwright Lauren Yee’s father Larry has been a driving force in the Yee Family Association, a seemingly obsolescent Chinese American men’s club formed 150 years ago in the wake of the Gold Rush. But when her father goes missing, Lauren must plunge into the rabbit hole of San Francisco’s Chinatown and confront a world both foreign and familiar. At once bitingly hilarious and heartbreakingly honest, King of the Yees is an epic joyride across cultural, national and familial borders that explores what it truly means to be a Yee. Fall madly in love with this play, and the comfort of not driving to see this show.

Metro Discount:

Valid TAP card, Metro employee ID or LA County employee ID card holders can purchase $25 Price Level B tickets (regularly $45) or receive 10 percent off other seats by visiting*

Go Metro:

The Kirk Douglas Theatre is located at 9820 Washington Blvd in Downtown Culver City. Take the Metro Expo Line to the Palms Station and then walk east on National Blvd towards Palms Blvd. Plan your best route using the Trip Planner at

More Info:

Find out more about this show here. 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 July 23, 2017 (excluding July 16th).  The 10% off offer is also available for performances through July 30. 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.

9820 Washington Blvd Culver City, CA

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