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House opens 30 minutes before curtain.

Waiting for Godot is moving to LA for 3 performances on May 30, 31 & June 1st.  

LA performances will take place at the Let Live Theater at the Actors Company

916 N. Formosa, Los Angeles, CA

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Back by popular demand and an ongoing need to pay for stuff, is our smash hit Karaok-a-thon!  Where you can get people to pay good $ to hear you sing for your favorite friendly  theatre company.  

Pizza!  Meat & Veggie


Salad! Cancels pizza calories (it’s a thing)


Dessert Made by lusty maids for just for you… (actually one maid, 3 crones and a golden retriever)


Craft Beer & Wine because we’re civilized



$25 per person 

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May 26th at 7pm  (the next day is a holiday so party on)

Paella Feast

When the weather turns warm and the days get longer, OJP Artistic Director turns her mind to the tastes of her youth.  

Paella:   a Valencian rice dish that has ancient roots but its modern form originated in the mid-19th century in the area around the Albufera lagoon on the east coast of Spain adjacent to the city of Valencia.  Many non-Spaniards view paella as Spain’s national dish, but most Spaniards consider it to be a regional Valencian dish.  Consisting of Bomba, an arborio type rice that turns creamy like risotto when cooked, seasoned with saffron, sherry and beer (in our recipe) and including spanish chorizo, chicken, various shellfish and mollusks, it is mouth party on a plate.

Join us for a feast of paella, tapas, dessert, sangria, wine & beer.  Perfect for an early summer’s eve.  All proceeds go to pay for OJP’s shows and programming.