Special Offers for Metro Riders at the Ahmanson Theatre!



Receive exclusive pricing for select performances and choose your own seats.  

In Peter Pan Goes Wrong, the team behind the Tony Award®-winning global hit, The Play That Goes Wrong, bring their trademark comic mayhem to the J.M. Barrie classic Peter Pan. 

The much-loved members of The Cornley Drama Society once again battle against technical hitches, flying mishaps and cast disputes on their way to Neverland with hilarious and disastrous results. 


Special Guest Stars Announced! 


Broadway’s Peter Pan Goes Wrong is thrilled to welcome Emmy® winner Bradley Whitford of The West Wing and The Handmaid’s Tale and Daniel Dae Kim, star of Hawaii 5-0, Lost, and The Good Doctor to the company as special guest stars at Center Theatre Group at the Ahmanson Theatre. Whitford (August 9 – 20) and Kim (August 30 – September 10) will successively appear in the role of Francis, a member of the ‘Cornley Drama Society’ who portrays The Narrator in Peter Pan. 




Peter Pan Goes Wrong runs from Aug. 8 to Sept. 10. Check back regularly as new offers are added! 


How to Ride Metro 


Ahmanson Theatre is accessible from Metro A and E Line’s Grand Av Arts/Bunker Hill Station and B and D Line’s Civic Center/Grand Park Station.  


Metro’s regular fares are $1.75 for a one-way trip with free transfers for two hours — or $3.50 round-trip. You can also ride an unlimited number of times in a day for $5 — we’ll stop charging you after your third ride. Pay for fares with a TAP card (available from TAP machines at all rail and busway stations) or use your smartphones as a TAP card by downloading the TAP app. 

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  1. There has been a problem for decades about attending the LA Music Center in the evening and trying to get home after the performance. By the time most performances let out, it is almost impossible to catch a bus home. Many local bus lines stop running around 9 or 9:30 PM. Many bus lines do not even provide frequent enough service even during the day. Most bus lines in the South Bay area only run every 45 – 60 minutes during the day and at night, good luck trying to find a line with buses that actually are running.