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Fun Home at the Ahmanson Theatre, Feb. 21-Apr. 1

Go Metro and Save $21 on Tickets and More

Photo Credit: Joan Marcus 

Based on Alison Bechdel’s best-selling graphic memoir, Fun Home (winner of five 2015 Tony Awards®  including Best Musical) introduces us to Alison at three different ages as she explores and unravels the many mysteries of her childhood. A refreshingly honest musical about seeing your parents through grown-up eyes, "Fun Home is extraordinary, a rare beauty that pumps fresh air into Broadway" (The New York Times).

Metro Discount:

Valid TAP card, Metro employee ID, or LA County employee ID card holders can  purchase $49 Level B tickets (reg. $70) or receive 10% off other seats by visiting CenterTheatreGroup.org/Metro.*

Go Metro:

The Ahmanson Theatre is located at 135 N. Grand Avenue in Downtown Los Angeles.  Take the Metro Red or Purple Line to the Civic Center/Grand Park Station and then walk west to Grand Avenue. The Ahmanson is located at the north end of the Music Center Plaza.  Plan your best route using the Trip Planner on this page.

More Info:

Visit centertheatregroup.org/visit/ahmanson-theatre. Most CTG productions are presented six nights a week, excluding Mondays with matinees on the weekend.

*This offer is available online only and for select performances through March 5, 2017 (excluding February 22). The 10% off offer is also available for performances through March 19.This offer is not valid in Premium sections.

Center Theatre Group (CTG) is Los Angeles’ preeminent non-profit 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.

 




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