Homeward LA is a 10-day citywide event from April 26 to May 5 where multiple productions of monologues, based on stories from people who have experienced homelessness, will be performed by hundreds of actors all around the city, inspiring the community to address the homeless crisis.|
Join us on Tuesday, April 30, or Wednesday, May 1, at ARCspace for one of over 50 productions happening throughout the Los Angeles area! Together we will experience stories from the lives of those who strive to find their way home, increase awareness around the homeless crisis facing Los Angeles, and raise funds for The Midnight Mission, an amazing nonprofit organization on Skid Row.
Darian Michael Garey
Eddie Williams Jr.
Directed by Talia Shea Levin
Produced by Jeffrey Prosser
To learn more or to find other Homeward LA productions, go to Homeward LA
To learn more about The Midnight Mission, go to Midnight Mission
This is the first immersive theatre production to be held at Arcspace, a modern prefab home designed to be a solution to the housing crisis in California. It has become a habitat that breeds creative solutions and is located in the heart of the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District, a thriving hub for art, entertainment and night life just a few blocks east of Skid Row.
Attendance & Parking:
Guests can enter through the gate next to Arcspace on Palmetto Street. (Nearest cross-street is Seaton St.) Street Parking will be available. House opens at 7:30. Show will begin promptly at 8:00.
Some material contains adult themes and language.
Arcspace DTLA (View)
1147 Palmetto Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013