By Bus:

Closest buses stop 1/2 block away on Lincoln or Wilshire. Routes 2 & 3 (Big Blue Bus) and 20 & 720 (Metro).


Ask us and we will find a spot for your bicycle. Please bring a lock in any case!


Limited metered parking available surrounding the park. (2 hour maximum, 9-6pm, $1.00 per hour, accepts credit cards - FREE Sundays and after 6PM at meters). Do not park in the permit-only parking areas on the other side of the street.


The Miles is wheelchair accessible and conveniently located at 1130 Lincoln Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90403 near the intersection of Wilshire and Lincoln Blvds in Christine Emerson Reed Park, just north of the tennis courts.

Free event parking is available at the pink granite-faced subterranean garage serving the 808 Wilshire Bldg, vehicle entry on Lincoln.

Important: Do not take the automatic machine printed ticket - instead mention “I'm going to Miles Playhouse” to the attendant on entry.

For evening performances: 808 Wilshire and its parking lot closes at 8pm. After mentioning "Miles Playhouse" to the attendant, be sure to receive the special validated ticket. After the event, use the ticket to swipe the card reader to the right of the pedestrian entrance at 808 Wilshire. Take the elevator down to the parking area. The pressure of your vehicle at the exit will lift the gate.


Previews (4/22, 4/23, 4/27) = $15 all levels 

Opening Night (4/28) = $60

(includes pre and post-show receptions) 

General Admission = $25-$35 (subject to change)

Students with valid ID & Seniors (65+) = $20

(Valid for performances from April 29-May 20)

There is a $2 per ticket order fee


Groups of 8 or more receive 30% off GA prices only.

(discount applies for performances April 29-May 20)


Orders may be refunded within 24 hours after purchase. After that, no refunds will be issued.

You may exchange tickets for another performance up to 24 hours prior to curtain.

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To purchase tickets by phone: (844) 486-2844

Our story unfolds at a fishing lodge in rural Georgia often visited by "Froggy" LeSeuer, a British demolition expert who occasionally runs training sessions at a nearby army base. This time Froggy has brought along a pathologically shy young man named Charlie who is overcome with fear at the thought of making conversation with strangers. So Froggy tells everyone that Charlie is from an exotic foreign country and speaks no English. The fun begins when Charlie overhears more than he should — hilarious and damaging revelations made with the belief that Charlie doesn't understand a word of English. 
Winner of two Obie Awards and two Outer Critics Circle Awards as Best New American Play and Best Off-Broadway Production. 
Special thanks to The Broad Stage for their support for this production.
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