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Los Angeles Theatre

 
Welcome to the Historic Los Angeles Theatre, the last and most extravagant of the ornate movie palaces built on Broadway in downtown Los Angeles between 1911 and 1931. The auditorium holds 2,000 audience members on the orchestra and balcony levels. The grand lobby, ballroom and restaurant can accommodate an additional 2,000 patrons.
Address: Los Angeles, CA, 90014    
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Designed by S. Charles Lee with a French Baroque-inspired decor, its majestic six-story main lobby and 2,000 seat auditorium of carved plaster ornamentation, mirrors, and cove-lit murals recall the glamorous days of 1930s Hollywood.
The Los Angeles Theatre, located in the heart of the downtown Los Angeles historic district at 615 S Broadway, is available for rental to a range of events including film screenings, stage performances, and special events such as parties, weddings, and receptions.  
These spaces, as well as other smaller spaces, are also available for more intimate gatherings.
The auditorium is equipped for live stage performances and film screenings. The lobby and ballroom are ideal for gatherings, parties, receptions, and weddings. The Theatre can accommodate your event or performance in the opulence of 1930s Los Angeles.             
The Los Angeles Theatre has been used extensively for filming. It holds unique locations unparalleled in Southern California. In addition to the auditorium and lobby, the Los Angeles Theatre offers many other engaging locations, such as marble-lined restrooms and a glass-ceilinged ballroom.
The Los Angeles Theatre, built in 1931, is a National Register landmark located in the heart of the Los Angeles Broadway Historic Theatre District.The Theatre was the last and most elaborate of the movie palaces built on Broadway between 1911 and 1931. When it opened in January of 1931 it was advertised as "The Theatre Unusual" because of its many unique features.
The Los Angeles Theatre was designed by architect S. Charles Lee in the Baroque style. Lee filled the theatre with glamour, glitz, technical innovations and sumptuous audience conveniences. With a construction cost of over $1.5 million, the Los Angeles was the most expensive theatre built up to that time on a per seat basis. On opening night the theatre hosted the premier gala screening of Charles Chaplin's City Lights. Among celebrities of the era in attendance that evening was Mr. Albert Einstein.

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615 S Broadway Los Angeles, CA, 90014

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