The Alex Theatre has been a Glendale landmark since 1925. Originally a neighborhood Vaudeville house and movie palace, today the venue serves as a world class performing arts and entertainment center.
Located in the heart of the City's business and entertainment district, the 1,413-seat Theatre is owned by the City of Glendale and operated by the non-profit Glendale Arts. The registered historic landmark draws thousands of theatregoers each month and serves a 25-mile area with a population of over 500,000.
The Aliso Niguel Theatre Company is a real, working theatre company run by and for the students of the Aliso Niguel High School Theatre Department. While the company is overseen by Executive Producer, Mr. Jeremy Golden, the day-to-day operations are run by a student staff. The staff meets once a week and makes decisions about all areas of the company's operation, both in artistic areas as well as management. In following this model, the students take greater ownership of the facilities, the company and the craft. They learn valuable life skills of management, leadership, problem solving and teamwork all in the context of the art that they love. The company has a board of directors comprised of parent boosters whose primary function is fund raising but who also monitor performance and production to ensure that all areas run smoothly.
The end result is a company that is invested from beginning to end and that brings a sense of pride and accomplishment for years beyond.
Antaeus is a cooperative theatre ensemble founded to empower the actor and to bring classical theatre to Southern California. The company exists to create a family of artists and audiences and is dedicated to exploring stories with enduring themes.
ARC (A Room to Create) Pasadena is a striking venue located in one of Southern California's most vibrant cultural centers. The mission of ARC Pasadena is to support and nurture an appreciation of dance by providing a state of the art facility for dancers, choreographers, teachers, lecturers and dance enthusiasts. ARC Pasadena also serves as the headquarters for the Pennington Dance Group, a non-profit organization that promotes dance through performances, education and outreach programs.
Our mission is to create and maintain a thriving environment that fosters artistic growth, creative expression, educational opportunities, spiritual well being, and cultural development through presenting regular performances of theatrical works, special events, and a selection of courses in a variety of forms and practices aimed at creating better artists.
Our 99 seat theatre is centrally located just steps away from Hollywood Boulevard. We're directly next door to The Egyptian Theatre and share a walkway that leads to our back entrance. We're surrounded by great restaurants and tons of tourists visiting the area. Lotsa activity for you to promote your shows.
Our Theatre has great sightlines from any seat in the house. With a wide lobby, two dressing rooms, handicap accessible with multiple street level entrances and an exterior courtyard as well, we offer a great atmosphere for your theatre experience.
The Arena has (4) restrooms
and probably the largest tech booth in all of small theatre LA.
Comes with (36) lights and (2) sound speakers
(upgraded in Dec. 2010 with Carvins)
a Carvin sound board and signature Lep. light board.
We have a piano just off stage.
We have (4) wireless mics (add'l rental)
We have a hanging digital projector that is frequently used for screenings and in performances.
We have a 6′ × 13′ screen.
We have internet.
We have plenty of parking just steps from our front door.
The Art of Acting Studio is an acting school and cultural center in Los Angeles. Its roots go back to Jacob P. Adler, one of the great actors of the American Yiddish Theater; to Stella Adler, legendary acting teacher and practitioner of modern acting technique; and also to Harold Clurman, cofounder of the Group Theater. The spirit that has animated the American acting landscape for the past 100 years infuses the Art of Acting Studio's goals and mission, which revolves around the idea that growth as an actor and growth as a human being are synonymous.
The Art Theatre originally opened in 1925 as a single screen silent movie house, complete with an orchestra pit, and pipe organ. At that time, there were over 50 independent theatres in Long Beach, today only the Art remains. After the quake of 1933, the façade of the theatre was recreated in an art deco, streamline modern style. As years passed the theatre continued to undergo change as the world around it evolved. In 2008, a group of local investors purchased the theatre and completely remodeled it based on the 1933 blueprints. Since, the Art has once again become the center of Long Beach cinema, showing both first run and small independent films in a beautiful historic setting.
For almost 100 years, the Assistance League® of Los Angeles has provided women in the Greater Los Angeles area with opportunities to forge new connections and take leadership in their communities while making meaningful contributions to the lives of thousands.
THEATER ASYLUM is a venue and production management company that provides venues with a trained staff and coordinated pr and social media plan. In addition, we offer publicity and production services. With over ten years of Fringe experience combined, in LA and SF, you will see why so many previous productions return to our venues every year. Last year,we had the largest number of shows in our venues including several award winners. We pride ourselves on a strong Fringe community spirit and are very active on the Venue Committee and HFF Advisor Board. In addition, we're the Executive producers of the ENCORE (best of) awards following the HFF in July.