Come fall 2013, Beverly Hills is getting in on the culture scene with two new buildings. Check out the 500 seat Goldsmith Theater and then walk over to the Post office, revamped as a studio theater, a gift shop and a theater school. Grab a bite at their new café and head out to the courtyard or sculpture gardens to enjoy the view.
|Venue name:||Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts|
9390 N. Santa Monica Blvd.
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri: 10am-6pm; Sat: 12–6pm|
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‘An Inspector Calls’
Said police detective arrives at the home of the upper-middle-class Birling family at dinnertime, interrogating each family member about the apparent suicide of a young woman. The audience might note the imagery of the World Wars and take this chance...Drama Until Sunday February 10 2019
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This beautiful converted post office is a modern day house of cutting edge performing arts. This is a must for Los Angeles theater.
Every show I've been to here has been great (sound, service, etc.), but For The Record Live's Scorsese was phenomenal and my favorite to date. Catch it while you can!