The Theatrical Producers League of Los Angeles

is a trade association comprised of theatrical producers working within the Greater Los Angeles area. The League is entrusted with representing theatrical producers in union negotiations, facilitating the betterment of theatre and strengthening the brand identity of Greater Los Angeles theatre for theatre-going audiences.

What is the value of the League?

For Producers

Membership in the League indicates a gold standard. You are part of a network of LA-based peers that value excellence and the betterment of theatre in Los Angeles.

For Patrons

Attending a TPL-LA/Intimate production means indulging in a high-quality theatrical experience in a clean, safe, friendly environment hosted by a courteous and knowledgeable staff.

For Artists

Participating in a TPL-LA/Intimate production means you will enjoy an organized process, handled with transparency and integrity, and you will be treated with the respect due your profession.

Vision Statement:

We envision a Los Angeles theatre brand that represents the highest of quality, and the variety and diversity that is our signature. Our ecosystem allows for producers to be bold and innovative, and for productions to be sustainable and long-running locally, nationally, and abroad.

We envision well-designed and well-maintained flexible theatre facilities supporting the growth of successful productions.

We envision producers providing exceptional patron-focused experiences for engaged audiences who are enthusiastic about buying tickets to productions at multiple theatres.

We envision a fellowship of capable producers who come together to collect, analyze, and share information; to mentor and support one another; to take collective action; and to work together for the betterment of Los Angeles theatre.

We envision producers fostering collaborative environments where a talented and trained workforce of theatre professionals are empowered to create the extraordinary work for which they are locally and internationally recognized.