A portion of the proceeds from the evening will benefit the American Foundation for Equal Rights (AFER) and Equality California.
Tony Award winner Harriet Harris, Rachel Harris, John Benjamin Hickey, John Michael Higgins, Kathy Najimy, Romy Rosemont and Stephen Root will perform in the evening of one-act plays written in response to the continuing debate over marriage equality in the United States.
The plays were written by Jenny Lyn Bader, Jordan Harrison, Jeffrey Hatcher, Tony Award nominee Moises Kaufman, Tony Award nominee Neil LaBute, Wendy MacLeod, Kathy Najimy, Jose Rivera, Paul Rudnick and Tony Award winner Doug Wright.
Standing on Ceremony was conceived and directed by Brian Shnipper. The evening will be produced by Joan Stein and Stuart Ross, with associate producer Allain Rochel. The evening was previously presented at El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood and at New York Theatre Workshop.
In honor of the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," 50 complimentary tickets per performance will be reserved for men and women serving in the United States military. Ticket requests may be submitted by email at standingonceremony.net. A military identification card is required at the box office.
Largo at the Coronet is located at 366 North La Cienega Boulevard. For tickets, visit standingonceremony.net StandingOnCeremony or call Tix.com at (800) 595-4849.