448 S. Main Street,
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Located in downtown Los Angeles on S. Main Street, which in the day had about 20 theatres which ranged from small to large capacities. The National Theatre was opened in late-1914 with 770 seats all on a single floor. By 1926 it had been renamed Regent Theatre with a seating capacity for 700. It is one of the last theatres located on S. Main Street (the other one is the Linda Lea Theatre – now the Downtown Independent Theatre).
The Regent Theatre closed in late-2000 after running its last years as an adult movie house.
In September 2008, it was reopened as a live performance/concert venue.
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