- Address: 6233 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028, United States
- Phone: +1-3234681770
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Stage Show, Theatre, Family And Kids
Pantages Theatre - Review
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!
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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 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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People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Pantages Theatre
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Pantages Theatre, Los Angeles Reviews
The Pantages is an old-school, breathtakingly beautiful large theatre. This is where the biggest of big shows sit when they tour through LA. It’s gorgeous from the lobby to the theatre itself. Finding parking in this area for less than $20 can be tricky, but not impossible. It’s also accessible from the subway. Get a drink or food st 33 Taps next door post-show!
Such a lovely theater, have been going to shows here for years and never tire of it's beauty. It's as close to Broadway as we will ever get in Los Angeles. Not sure why we have never created a theater district, probably not economically feasible in our monster city. The shows here are usually excellent and I have many friends with season tickets which have been passed through generations of theater. Hope they do something to make the parking more convenient in the future and give more thought to keeping the surrounding area clean. Most memorable performance here was Yul Brynner in the King and I decades ago. It was magic.
Just beautiful! The design is so enchanting... Art deco, just unbelievable the amount of details that went into designing this place!!!! AC was a little too high for me, so bring a jacket. I guess it's better than too hot! Enjoy your show
This place continues to amaze. What a gorgeous and well run theater, kudos to the Pantages for keeping west coast musical theater alive. Was a lively show although story was rather basic, yet still emotional. Fun times but boy do I wish people would stop wearing Apple watches to the theater. You can see them glow all over the place, its a real nuisance. Other than that the night was divine.
Seats were comfortable! Would give it 5 stars, except line to main floor bathroom was unacceptable at intermission. I suggest you go up the stairs to balcony level & use that bathroom. Performance "Beautiful" was 5 stars!