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.
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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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An American in Paris
The multiple Tony-winning An American in Paris is making its Los Angeles premiere March 22-April 9, 2017. Craig Lucas (Prelude to a Kiss, The Light in the Piazza) wrote the book; the show features classic George and Ira Gershwin songs, including several...Until Sunday April 9 2017
Lawrence Kasdan’s screenplay serves as the play’s basis of The Bodyguard, but the stage version concentrates on the superstar singer, not the man protecting her. No Kevin Costner or Whitney Houston, of course, but the musical augments one of the biggest-selling...Tuesday May 2 2017 - Sunday May 21 2017
The Book of Mormon
Often, the phrase “Back by popular demand” amounts to nothing more than hype, but in the case of The Book of Mormon, it fits like magic underwear. Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Robert Lopez’s nine-Tony-winning cultural phenomenon resurrects at the Pantages....Tuesday May 30 2017 - Sunday July 9 2017
L.A. finally gets its shot at Broadway’s hottest ticket, Hamilton. The hip-hop historical hootenanny by Lin-Manuel Miranda (everything winner for In the Heights) uses several musical genres to craft a totally new and unexpected look at the Founding Fathers...Friday August 11 2017 - Friday December 29 2017
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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.