New York-based Labyrinth Theater Company, the troupe co-founded by Philip Seymour Hoffman, has struck up a cross-country partnership with L.A.’s Elephant Theater Company, kicking off with two productions that will play in repertory in L.A. later this fall.

First is the Elephant-produced West Coast bow of “The Little Flower of East Orange” (Nov. 5-Dec. 19). Play by Labyrinth co-a.d. Stephen Adly Guirgis preemed at Gotham’s Public Theater in 2008. Elephant a.d. David Fofi helms the Bronx-set intergenerational tale.

Meanwhile, Labyrinth will stage the world preem of Carlo Alban’s multi-character solo show “Intringulis,” inspired by Alban’s childhood move from Ecuador to the U.S. David Anzuelo directs the production, which will run Nov. 9-Dec. 9.

The two shows will be presented in rep at the Lillian Theater.