The Odyssey Theatre Ensemble
The Odyssey Theatre Ensemble's mission
remains firm: the creation of new work, the revitalization and
re-exploration of classical material, consistent experimentation with
the most current developments at the forefront of the "state of the art"
in the international theatre world,
Beverly Hills Theatre Guild
The Beverly Hills Theatre Guild was established in 1977 to
develop and maintain greater community interest in the theatre. The Guild
does this in several ways. BHTG is a non-profit organization made up of a
diverse group of members who work together to encourage new works in the
theatre and musical theatre and to enrich theatrical experiences in the
Theatre 40 at the Reuben Cordova Theatre is diving into the thirty-eighth
season with a renewed vigor in their upcoming productions! Familiar
actors, new faces, the best of their directors, and a bouquet of the
worlds finest plays and playwrights will be presented in their newly
renovated theatre. In a time when many theatres are closing, visit and see
what they have to offer at one of Los Angeles' premiere companies. Don't
wait to join -- this season has something for everyone, from the
treasured classics to the new and exciting.
The Second City, in partnership with the Improv, opened a Training Center
and Studio Theatre space in Los Angeles in 1999. Located next door to the
legendary stand-up club on Melrose, this space features a Training Center,
staffed by Second City alumni, and a studio space that features a wide
variety of performances by students, alumni, and local performers.
The Orpheum Theatre - one of L.A.'s most venerable landmarks. From a young
Judy Garland's 1933 vaudeville performance to a recent filming of the hit
TV show "The West Wing", this renowned venue has hosted an array of
theatrical productions, religious events, concerts, weddings, film
festivals, seminars, private parties, variety shows, awards shows, movie
shoots, music video shoots, television show and commercial shoots and much
more. Now it is better than ever before...
The Wilshire Theatre was originally named the Fox Wilshire, opening on
September 19, 1930. It was designed by Architect Charles Lee. The art deco
auditorium and lobby were decorated in silver and black with coral
draperies and seats, a scheme attributed in the opening program to Fox
West Coast general manager Harold B. Franklin. In addition to the main
organ, one of several cobbled up for Fox by Louis Maas and pipemaker
Archie Marsh, the lobby for a time sported an Estey Minuette, a 2/3
portable organ worked into what looked like a large grand piano case.
Renovated in 1981, the house is now a stage