- 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 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
Gorgeous old theatre in the heart of Hollywood. Small enough that there's truly no bad seat. (I saw Hamilton on the very last row). Free parking is scarce, but paid lots are $10-20 and some restaurants in the area valet and will hold your car till after the show. Plan to arrive 15 to 20 minutes before the show for peace of mind and enjoy the show!
A beautiful theater, very ornate decor from the Art Deco period. The Pantages holds some of the top theater and musical productions around such as Phantom of the Opera, Wicked, and The Lion King. The best seats are obviously the orchestra section. But if you want to save some money and still have a pretty good view the front and center section of the mezzanine is a good deal. Also it is a better deal if you buy tickets in even combinations. For example, 4 tickets to Love Never Dies was less expensive than 3 tickets. There is a well stocked concession stand and bars. The service and good and they keep the line moving. Bring some extra spending money for souviners and gift items. Plenty of excellent restaurants in the surrounding area, make an evening of it.
Great theater. Beautiful on the inside. Seats are not super comfy but I've seen worse. We have season tickets. Love all the shows. Rarely is there one we don:t love. Parking can be a bit of a pain but lots of lots nearby.
Me and my wife try to come see a show here at least once a year. It's a great venue. Not a bad seat in the house. We have sat in the balcony, orchestra, middle and sides and while some seats are better than others none of them are bad. Restroom lines always look terrible but move quicker than they look. Season passes are available for those who have time to do a play every few months. Some of the best shows I've seen here are wicked and Aladdin
Shows are always top tier and always worth it. Saw The Color Purple yesterday and the composition, the singing, and the acting were incredible. The live band is always great too! This is something everyone should be able to experience at least once in their life.
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