Pantages Theatre, Los Angeles
About Pantages Theatre, Los Angeles
Pantages Theatre, Los Angeles - Address, Phone Number
Address: 6233 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028, United States
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Named after vaudeville impresario Alexander Pantages, this place is the last of his reminiscent. Alexander Pantages, like many other buildings, has made this a theatre that has become a part of Los Angeles’s cultural identity. The architect behind this one is B Marcus Priteca. For the longest time, Pantages showed some really classic movies and today it runs first shows of various films. Initially it showcased a lot of vaudeville work, alternating with movies. But after the great depression, it opened up as a movie theatre due to the economic restraints that it faced. Today, it is a full-fledged entertainment spot and is definitely worth catching a movie at!
Pantages Theatre Information
- If you are purchasing season tickets, maximum 14 tickets can be bought.
- If you lost your ticket, bring valid proof of purchase at the box office.
- Children below 5 years are not allowed.
- Outside food or drink is not permitted in the theatre.
- The use of cameras, cell phone cameras or audio/video recording devices is not permitted during the performance.
Pantages Theatre Ticket Prices
- Check the official website for the ticket schedule.
Pantages Theatre Opening and Closing Hours
Box office hours:
- Tuesday to Sunday: 10am – remains open until 30 minutes after the final posted curtain time of the day;
- On non-performances days: 10am – 6pm
How To reach Pantages Theatre by Public Transport
- Nearby bus station: Vine/Hollywood (210, HW2LAX)
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Pantages Theatre, Los Angeles Reviews - Write a Review
Beautiful exterior and stunning interior. The talented cast and crew turn that intimate stage into a wonderland. There's a lot of history associated w/ this property. Been here for Hamilton and Book of Mormon. Highly recommend both. Parking's limited but after business hours, you can find free street within a few blocks. At night, watch out for the druggies and loons. This is a popular tourist spot so lots of places for a pre-showing meal or after-showing drink.
Such a great and historic venue with a regular selection of top quality Broadway national touring productions. Getting in is usually pretty quick and painless, but getting out after a show can take a while as it is pretty much just a series of bottlenecks. Save money on parking and take the Metro Red Line. The station is right across the street!
Very nice theater in downtown Hollywood. Interior is fantastic and very old school. Just what you expect a theater to look like. Has balcony seating. You're on your own for parking but I did see an outdoor $10 lot nearby.
The most beautiful theater in all of Los Angeles. I attended a full house, so it was very crowded. The staff was all over it helping to direct patrons. We saw Hamilton, which was excellent but had some sleepy moments ..... sorry. I'm not sure it's worth its extraordinary ticket price. Because of the crowds, I think they could have done more to direct patrons towards concessions and restrooms..... parking was kind of a bear but that's just the community the theater is located in, Hollywood Boulevard if you visit give yourself plenty of time to park.
Dear Pantages Theater, I want to thank the amazing staff at the theater for their assistance at last night’s performance. I experienced a sudden and unexpected feeling of anxiety and claustrophobia right at the beginning of the show, and I realized there was no way I could remain in my seat without disrupting other people’s enjoyment of the show. I quickly excused myself from the mezzanine and bought a bottle of water. I spoke to an usher who was incredibly helpful and reassuring. She assisted me in getting a chair so I could watch the show in the lobby on the monitors. During intermission I spoke to someone at audience services about my situation, and he located a supervisor, who I believe is Will (Clark?). Will assisted me in locating a seat in the theater so that I could enjoy the second act and be “in the room where it happens.” Each person I interacted with was extremely gracious, kind and supportive, which I appreciate so greatly. I was actually attending the show on behalf of a family member who had passed away after their ticket was purchased, so it was especially devastating to have had my initial anxiety causing me to miss the first act, but I was so very thankful for all of the support I received in making the situation as enjoyable as possible. Again I want to thank the ushers and theater staff... for this audience member, they were the stars of the night!
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