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This Week in Theatre

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The best of LA’s theatre scene is celebrated with the 2007 LA Stage Alliance’s Ovation Awards on Monday night at the Orpheum Theater downtown. The ceremony honor Annette Bening and will be hosted by Neil—wait for it—Patrick Harris (fans of How I Met Your Mother might appreciate that one). Tickets ($40, $80 and $150) to the show are available to the general public.

If those ticket prices are too steep, then check out our five theater picks below. Most of the tickets cost just about as much as a seat at the Arclight.

The History Boys
Boys will be boys. In this play eight boys are guided by two teachers with very different styles.

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Ahmanson Theatre at the Music Center. 135 N. Grand Ave., Los Angeles. (213) 628-2772. Tickets are $20-$80. Opens Wednesday at 8 pm. Check the Ahmanson website complete schedule.

Tragic Bitches
Two gay Chicanos and one lesbian Xicana explore themes of family unity and disunity, ethnic bonds and bondage…and life in general. The play is presented in a mix of English and Spanish.

L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center’s Village at Ed Gould Plaza . 1125 N. McCadden Place, Los Angeles. (323) 860-7300. Tickets are $15. This Saturday night only at 10 p.m.