Children of a Lesser God, The Shadow Box, The Kentucky Cycle and Angels in America are all plays which have graced the Mark Taper Forum’s stage. The last two are particularly notable—they earned the forum the Pulitzer Prize two years in a row. The theater has a five to six play subscription per season, with each season running from September to August.
The Mark Taper Forum has been a consistent source of new works that challenge theater and audiences’ expectations since opening in 1967. It’s earned nearly every theatrical award in existence, including the Tony for Theatrical Excellence in 1977. A variety of Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning plays have been hosted at the theater.