This vintage entertainment palace is the headquarters of Broadway/LA, which specializes in big-budget musicals. When the Pantages is occupied by a long-running show such as Wicked, Broadway/LA's shorter runs are booked into other spaces, such as the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills.
|Venue name:||Pantages Theatre||Contact:|
6233 Hollywood Boulevard
between Argyle Avenue & Vine Street
|Opening hours:||Mon 10am-6pm; Tue-Sat 10am-8:30pm; Sun 10am-7pm|
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Buy a ticket, rub it and your wish to see the L.A. premiere of a Disney musical will be granted. With music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Howard Ashman, Tim Rice and Chad Beguelin, Aladdin’s Broadway stars bring the animated film to life onstage.Musicals Until Saturday March 31 2018
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Because you couldn't get enough of The Phantom of the Opera, we get to see Christine, Raoul and the Phantom as they meet again—or do they? The music is, of course, by Andrew Lloyd Webber, with lyrics by Glenn Slater, and the book is by Lloyd Webber, Slater,...Tuesday April 3 2018 - Sunday April 22 2018
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Pantages may be the only theater to regularly catch touring Broadway productions, but it really earns that distinction. The auditorium is just incredible, especially the amazing chandelier that covers much of the ceiling; for both that reason and sightlines, I prefer sitting in the balcony. The lobby, too, is an amazing—sometimes too tightly packed—collection of gold and silver Art Deco sculptures and details.
The Pantages is one of the most beautiful theaters in Los Angeles. Seeing a show here is a must for both travelers and locals. They consistently have top-tier shows that are sure to wet the appetite of the most avid theater-goer.