The Los Angeles Theater

Many theaters in Los Angeles, California have a long history including the Los Angeles Theater. This theater is part of the Broadway downtown Los Angeles Movie Palaces built between 1911 and 1931. The Los Angeles Theater was designed by Charles Lee. He used a French Baroque décor with a six story lobby and 2,000- seat auditorium. Carved plaster ornamentation, mirrors, coves with murals and much more made up the gilt of the interior.

Today the theater has been renovated to re-establish its former glory. Furthermore, it is open for rent should someone want to throw a party, special event, screening, wedding, or reception. At the theater there is a three tiered fountain in the hall of mirrors, a glass ceiling ballroom, marble lined ladies room with cosmetic area, and a restaurant. There is even a circus motif nursery.

A nearby parking garage has 1750 spaces, though it is independently owned from the theater. There are also several smaller lots nearby. The theater is available for scouting out the location Monday through Friday 10am to 6pm. Appointments can also be made for those who want to tour the theater for rental. Rental pricing depends on what is needed from the theater space.

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