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The Mark Taper Forum is one of the preeminent theaters in the United States. Supporting the work of innovative artists, the Taper promotes work that sheds lights on society's triumphs and challenges. Together with the Walt Disney Concert Hall and neighboring Ahmanson Theatre and Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, the Mark Taper Forum is part of the vibrant performing arts scene that thrives in downtown Los Angeles.
Born in 1967, the Mark Taper Forum was envisioned as the West Coast's answer to New York's Lincoln Center. Designed by famed architect Welton Becket, the building is an excellent example of New Formalism, and its unique design was applauded even as it was being built. The Taper lives in the Los Angeles Music Center - a lively arts complex also populated with the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion and the Ahmanson Theatre. From the start, the venue has produced plays that challenged audiences and sparked conversation. Often hosting world premieres and celebrated revivals, the Mark Taper Forum has five Tony Awards and numerous Ovation Awards that honor their work.
The Mark Taper Forum, operated by the Center Theatre Group, is a celebrated playhouse. Here, exciting world premieres, the re-staging of great works and second productions are put up throughout the year. Hoping to shine a light on the issues most impacting society, it is the Taper's mission to engage audiences, forge a bond between audiences and artists and begin a dialogue. Much-lauded world premieres have included works like "Children of a Lesser God," "Burn This," "Angels in America," August Wilson's "Radio Golf" and David Henry Hwang's re-working of "Flower Drum Song." The quality of the plays staged here is matched by the incredible performers and crew that sign on to these productions. Given their reputation for excellence, their productions often sell out quickly - so grab your tickets on StubHub as soon as possible!
The Mark Taper Forum stuns from first sight. The circular structure, with a lace-like relief designed by Jacques Overhoff, has often been noted as one of Welton Becket's best creations. The interior features a thrust stage that comes out into the audience, forming a semi-circular amphitheater. The Taper holds 736 seats over two, gradual tiers. No view is blocked, and the stage positioning helps to create a particularly intimate theater-going experience.
Los Angeles, California is one of the United States' most popular tourist destinations. Visit the Pacific Ocean and the incredible beaches of Malibu, Santa Monica or Venice, shop in Beverly Hills or watch the Lakers or Clippers play at the STAPLES Center downtown - it's all waiting for you. Do you love the glamour of "Old Hollywood?" Stroll down the Walk of Fame or see the celebrated foot and hand prints in the cement in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre. Of course, the area right around the Mark Taper Forum provides plenty of entertainment. From the restaurants, art pieces and dancing fountains of the Los Angeles Music Center to the concerts at the nearby Walt Disney Concert Hall, the options feel endless.
The very first (and controversial) production at the Mark Taper Forum was the opening of "The Devils" by John Whiting in 1967.