Los Angeles is one of the most diverse artistic cultures in the world. Ranging all mediums, styles and forms, the eclectic flair offer plenty for art aficionados. This list highlights some of the most exciting places for theater lovers.
Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
The famous Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts is located in the heart of Beverly Hills. The exciting calendar of events draws audiences to be wowed by the many world-class theater, dance and music performances on the schedule. Some of the best talent and most sought-after artists worldwide have been found performing at the Wallis Anneberg Center. Upcoming performances include “A Conversation” with B. SLADE, Jacob Jonas The Company and Improv Co-op presents Immediate Theater.
The Greek Theatre
The Greek Theatre is located in Griffith Park and offers concerts and stage shows throughout the year. This small intimate venue is considered a collective favorite among locals. Architect Samuel Tilden Norton designed the theater to reflect the inspiration of a Greek temple. The theater is owned by the city of LA and the unique calendar offers a range of shows. Up and coming shows include Idina Menzel, Miguel Bose and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds.
The Orpheum Theatre
The Orpheum is one of LA’s most widely known landmarks. The theater began its run in February of 1926 and still has the original Mighty Wurlitzer organ. The Orpheum was recently home to tapings of popular shows like shows “American Idol” and “So You Think You Can Dance.” The calendar is full of a range of theatrical productions, religious events, concerts, weddings, film festivals, seminars, private parties, variety shows, awards shows, movie shoots, music video shoots, television show and commercial shoots. Some of the upcoming events on the schedule include Raquel Rico Presenta La Doble Moral El Musical, Je’Caryous Johnson Presents Marries But Single Too and Riot LA and Goldenvoice Presents My Favorite Murder.
El Rey Theatre
The El Rey Theatre is a live music venue in the Miracle Mile area of the Mid-Wilshire region of LA. The building design is a vintage art deco feeling and was designed by Clifford A. Balch. The theatre and lobby retain the art deco roots, with Zigzag and Streamline Modern design. The El Rey was built in 1936 as a single-screen movie theatre and functioned as a cinema for almost 50 years.
Upcoming events include EKALI with Medasin & Opia, Bear’s Den and country sensation Leann Rimes.
Wilshire Ebell Theatre
The Wilshire Ebell is one of the pinnacles of the social and philanthropic scene in Los Angeles. The prized Ebell Club is an educational and philanthropic organization that was founded by a group of women in 1894. The historic Clubhouse and Theatre were built in 1927 and remain an arts landmark in the LA area. The schedule proudly supports some upcoming events, including Marcel, Rami, and Bachar Khalife In Concert, Kvartal 95 and Bride For Rent.
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