The Geffen is one of the best theaters
in LA. They get big name actors, great original productions, and its intimate enough that all the seats are good. Certain nights of the week have themes, like Wine Down Sundays.
I saw Cat on a Hot Tin Roof here with John Goodman and we got excellent balcony seats. I'd definitely go back and would be interested in trying their front-row seats to see how much better it is. Their concession stand's fancy but doesn't offer much in the way of variety. There's a pay parking lot down the street.
A bevy of celebrities-turned-stage creatures capture the limelight at Westwood's theatrical center.. In Short Under the direction of producing director Gil Cates, the Geffen offers five-play seasons, mixing classic and contemporary works by the likes of David Mamet and Terrence McNally. World premieres often occur here, including "Looking for Normal" and "Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks." Television and movie actors on hiatus from taping regularly appear: Jason Alexander, Annette Bening and David Hyde Pierce have sauntered across the stage.