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Actor’s Co-op/Crossley Theatre
1760 N. Gower St., (323) 462-8460. Celebrating its 23rd Anniversary; located on the campus of Hollywood Presbyterian Church.
Actor’s Company Theatre
916 A North Formosa Ave., (323) 463-4639. 81-seat main stage theatre, 55 seat theatre, and 22-seat small theatre. Super venue for Fringe.
Atwater Playhouse
3191 Casitas Ave – ste 100, LA 90039 (323) 556-1636. The theatre and school were opened with the intention of presenting drama in the most honest, organic way possible.
Atwater Village Theatre
3269 Casitas Ave., Atwater Village, (323) 644-1929. Theatre showcases in new work by established and emerging playwrights. Home of the Echo Theatre Company which develops and presents the work of ...
Autry Museum of the American West
Native Voices at the Autry is devoted to developing and producing new works for the stage by Native American playwrights. (see PLACES, VISUAL ARTS, FAMILY, MUSIC)
Barnsdall Gallery Theatre
4800 Hollywood Blvd., (323) 644-6272. Medium-sized theatre located in Barnsdall Art Park is a facility of L.A.'s Dept. of Cultural Affairs.
Bootleg Theatre
2220 Beverly Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90057. An inclusive art space for original, boundary-defying live theater and performance
Celebration Theatre @ The Lex
6760 Lexington Ave. (323)957-1884. 60-seat theatre. Professional theatre with the mission of creating an outlet for LGBTQQIA voices in LA
Davidson/Valentini Theatre
See L. A. Gay and Lesbian Theatres
Dolby Theatre
6801 Hollywood Blvd., (323) 308-6333. Formerly the Kodak Theatre. Dolby enhanced its 180,000 sq. ft., 3,400 seat theatre by installing Dolby Atmos - a breakthrough audio technology that delivers the ...
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Updated 4/6/2016 SB