Los Angeles Theatre
615 S. Broadway,
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The Los Angeles Theatre is one of the crown jewels of the downtown Los Angeles corridor of fantasy that is Broadway. Built in homage to Versailles, this palatial structure is now rented by movie studios for film shoots.
After years of hanging on as a Spanish language theater, the Los Angeles finally closed its doors to the public in 1994. The theater has been used for innumerable commercials, music videos and film shoots.
Because of studio filming, this theatre is not often open to the public. A wonderful opportunity to visit the most breathtakingly exquisite Los Angeles movie palace of them all, is at the Los Angeles Conservancy “Last Remaining Seats” summer classic films series, which often has at least one film at this theatre. Tickets tend to sell out in advance.
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