Kick off your spooky season with some serious game show silliness!

Our longest-running comedy free-for-all is back and ready for anything—especially you!
Join us for two riotous, racy nights in the Renberg Theatre with Dennis Hensley and his crazy company of LA’s best improvising comedians as we ring in the spookiest time of the year!

Volunteer audience contestants play for big laughs and a grand prize for the evening’s champ!

Scheduled To Appear:

Saturday, October 15 – 8 PM
Julie Brown – Queen Elizabeth
Danny Casillas – Reba Areba  
 Daniele Gaither – Wendy Williams 
Nadya Ginsburg – Cher  
Sam Pancake – Lucille Ball
6th Panelist TBA  

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16 – 7 PM
Jackie Beat – Bea Arthur 
Tom Lenk – Zooey Deschanel
Chris Pudlo – Pee-wee Herman 
Marc Samuel – Morgan Freeman 
Craig Taggart – Bette Midler
Lory Tatoulian – Sharon Osbourne 

Tickets: $20

Renberg Theatre
1125 N. McCadden Place
Los Angeles CA 90038
Free parking in underground lot across the street

COVID-19 Policy: Proof of vaccination and photo ID required. Masks are required in all indoor spaces and strongly recommended outdoors.

 

Innovative
Courageous
Inspiring
Truth
on Stage

Part of the Center’s Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Center, the 200-seat Renberg Theatre and the 50-seat black box Davidson/Valentini Theatre have mounted an extraordinary array of productions. 

The artistic work created and produced on our stages helps transform the perception and cultural understanding of LGBTQ+ people. Whether launching new careers or spotlighting established talent, the productions illuminate the truths of the lives of our community, celebrate our uniqueness, and contribute to making our environment a place of empowerment and joy.

All net proceeds from both theatres are used to support the wide array of free and low-cost services at the Center.

The Advocate & Gochis Galleries are the home of visual arts at the Center’s Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Center.

The Galleries have developed a reputation for collaborative and progressive work that has reached far beyond the LGBTQ community by examining a broad range of themes that explore the relationship between art, identity, and culture. In addition to presenting the work of established artists, the Galleries also have a commitment to Los Angeles’s best emerging artists. Through these exhibits, we assist artists in expanding their contacts, sharing their creative spirits, and reaching new audiences.

All net proceeds from art sales in the Advocate Gallery are used to support the wide array of free and low-cost services at the Center.

Vibrant
Revealing
Evocative
Life
on Display