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Theatres in Los Angeles, CA
1.Shatto Banquet Hall
3744 W Slauson Ave
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* Beautiful * Elegant * Modern * Italian Marble * Mirrors * Chandeliers * Quincianeras * Weddings * Birthday Parties
2.Global Beat Multi Cultural Center And The Bella Carib Academy Of Arts
3810 W Slauson Ave
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3.The Chinese Theatre
6925 Hollywood Blvd
Absolutely love this place!
4.Wilshire Ebell Theatre
4401 W 8th St
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I saw Yolanda Adams perform here. Get there early so you don't trip with the parking. Intimate setting with good sound and lighting.
5.The Free Theatre
925 Gayley Ave Apt 4
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Dedicated to unlocking the spirit of the city through drama. Creating a live web of connections around LA, culminating in the battle of our times.
6.Steve Allen Theatre
4773 Hollywood Blvd
7.Actors Art Theatre
6128 Wilshire Blvd Apt 1
8.Odyssey Theatre Ensemble
2055 S Sepulveda Blvd
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I new to theatre and randomly stumbled upon the Odyssey Theatre. I've seen two shows and have not be dissapointed. Tickets won't burn your pocket either and there isn't a bad seat in the house. Grab dinner before hand and enjoy a cold beverage and snack there if you have room. Make sure to arrive early as I found out that there is no late seating. I got there 20 minutes before the show and sat in front of the theatre..chilling.
9.Westside Pavilion Cinemas
10850 W Pico Blvd
10.Theatre of Note
1517 N Cahuenga Blvd
Always love my experiance there. Fantastic actors. The plays chosen are new and adventurous. Never boring. A risk taking company and dig the womb like black box theatre.
11.Son of Semele Ensemble Inc
3301 Beverly Blvd
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Son of Semele Ensemble ( SOSE ) began its work in 2000 when founding Artistic Director Matthew McCray brought together 11 of his colleagues to produce his original play Earthlings. The troupe named itself Son of Semele Ensemble, a reference to Dionysus (the patron Greek god of the theater ). Since that time, the ensemble has expanded from the 11 founding members to 25, some having worked together for as long as a decade. SOSes repertoire of productions includes World, National, West Coast and Los Angeles premieres written by a wide range of playwrights, from avant-garde artist Richard Foreman to contemporary Tony Award-winner Richard Greenberg. [ more SOSE history ] Production History 2007 365 Days / 365 Plays 2006 The Labor Project 2005 BARE The Mysteries 2004 Wilhelm Reich in Hell 2003 Film is Evil: Radio is Good 2002 Animal Farm The American Plan 2001 Peer Gynt, Part One Friends & Associates SOSE can use your help! Volunteer today and get involved in one of LA's ensemble theater companies. SOSE is looking for interns interested in all aspects of theatrical production. Please contact Membership Director Aaron Henne for more information. The average SOSE production is seen by over 500 people in the eclectic Silverlake neighborhood, within easy reach of Los Feliz, the Wilshire District, and Downtown LA. If you would like to purchase an advertisement in an SOSE program, please contact Communications Director Ray Paolantonio for current rates.
12.Seventh Veil Theatre
7180 W Sunset Blvd
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13.Redcat Roy and Edna Disney Cal Arts Theater
631 W 2nd St
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It's Disney so you know it is classy
3333 Cahuenga Blvd W
15.East West Players Inc
120 Judge John Aiso St Ste C
This is one of the better theatre companies in Los Angeles. I would recommend if you are looking for something to do on a weekend to try them out and watch one of their plays.
16.Arclight Cinema Hollywood
6360 W Sunset Blvd
I usually dread going anywhere in Hollywood, but I'll make an exception for this cinema, since the parking structure makes it pretty easy to negotiate. I like perusing their little gift shop while waiting for a movie to start (or you can go to the bar and have a cocktail!) They have lots of screens and showtimes to choose from, and typically feature costumes from current movies on display in the lobby.
4473 Sunset Dr
What can you say ! plenty of charm and history!!!! very beautiful inside and way bigger then it looks from the outside ! Friendly staff too! What I love the most is the seating there , is so much room between you and the row of seats in front of you that people can walk past you and you don't have to get up ..lol and the seat are nice as well ! so just outside of Hollywood where Sunset Blvd. meets Hollywood Blvd.
10850 W Pico Blvd
Very nice theater. Staff is courteous and theaters clean. Close to Lenny's and other fine restaurants.
19.Theatre Of Arts
1647 N Las Palmas Ave
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20.Casa 0101 Theater
2102 E 1st St
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2700 N Vermont Ave
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We love to come to eek at the greek. Concerts are also great at this smaller outdoor venue. Parking sux.
7307 Melrose Ave
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Went to the Groundlings with some free tickets and had a blast! To get free comedy show tickets to the Groundlings, Improv, Ice House and more email vinesentertainment@rocketmaildotcom.
10250 Santa Monica Blvd Ste 2000
This is the least crowded luxury mall and theatre for sure. They have an excellent food section with a new ramen place that's worth a try. The movie theatre offers validation even if you don't watch a movie or go to the concierge if you bought enough things for totally free parking.
24.Music Box Theatre
6126 Hollywood Blvd
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Great place to see a small or indie type of band. No hassles inside, unless you try to sneak into G.A., and good sound quality. Not a huge issue seeing the stage from any spot. Fun place to hear live music.
25.Walt Disney Concert Hall
111 S Grand Ave
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I have seen at least a dozen concerts here and I will keep coming back for more. I have seen modern dance, Keith Jarrett on the piano, operas, orchestras... I can't get enough Walt Disney Concert Hall action!
6801 Hollywood Blvd
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World Aids Day was a Smash Hit!Back on Wednesday, November 30, 2016, I participated in a March from Hollywood Boulevard and Schrader up to the Dolby Theatre for the World Aids Day which was also known as "Keep The Promise" which was being sponsored by the AHF (Aids Healthcare Foundation).Once we got to the beautiful Dolby Theatre in which I have Never set foot in before, we then headed inside for a Fantastic Lecture and Concert featuring Patti Labelle, Rosie Perez, JoJo, Espinoza Paz, Jencarlos Canela, B-Flow and Harry Belafonte.I had such a good time overall and so did everybody else in which I will Never Forget!Here is a copy of a video that I just made during the Patti Labelle Concert at the Dolby Theatre for my Youtube Channel for your reference and further review. Thank You.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3y2qfDkEq38I personally want to thank everybody involved including the AHF and the Dolby Theatre for putting on such a Fantastic March and Evening Performance.Sincerely yours,Howard Paul ShoreParticipant, Executive Social Media Writer and Reviewer/HPS
27.Kibitz Room At Canter's
419 N Fairfax Ave
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I'm biased because I'm part of The F.O.C.K.R.s (Friends of Canter's Kibitz Room) but Tuesdays are a blast here. \r We want everyone to know that we're back (started in '92).\r We play every Tuesday at 10 and it's always FREE.\r We have some of the best players in L.A. in the core band and as it is a controlled but accepting jam we invite and encourage talented guest performers to sit in with us.\r You never know who may turn up and reward you with a great time and stories to take home with you.\r See you next Tuesday.
28.Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
135 N Grand Ave
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I love this theater! I've seen a couple of plays and an opera in this theater and I've enjoyed all of it. They make parking very easy with having a lot underground so you don't have to worry about that. They also have a nice courtyard area with an outdoor lounge/bar where you can relax before or after the show. There are 3 theaters in this area so there are always good shows and performances to catch.
2220 Beverly Blvd
I have enjoyed seeing both theatre and musical acts at the Bootleg. Each time has been a unique experience. I'm sure to return many more times.
30.Acme Comedy Theater
135 N La Brea Ave
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The Liquid Radio Players, an improvised 1940's radio show, is the best improv in LA. They have been doing the show at ACME for the last 10 years and the production keeps getting better. You really feel like your back in the 40's with the costumes, sound fx guy, music, and they way the casts speaks the lingo. A very polished show with great audience participation. LRP has the audience pick the genre, character names, commercial products and other bits of info then the troupe puts on a totally improvised show based on those suggestions for about 45 minutes. They never fail, always entertaining. Go check them out. They are running shows on Fridays at 8 pm right now.
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