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.
Studio C Artists, Inc. is a production, casting, and arts education company based in Los Angeles, CA. The company was founded by Director John Coppola and Producer Michael Sonntag in 2006. However, the road to establishing this multi-division entity had much more simple beginnings.
The Avery Schreiber Playhouse was named for the legendary comedic actor, Avery Schreiber. While the name has been in Noho since 2003, we will continue its legacy right here on Lankershim Boulevard. We hope to see you soon at The Avery Schreiber Playhouse.
Our space is a great black box theater that creates the perfect intimate setting for your productions, classes and rehearsals. We aim to rent our space to producers who want to create work right in the middle of the famous Noho Arts Dirstrict! Our space is warm, friendly and homey! It is very clean. It is a gem in the Noho Arts District as it is known to produce noteworthy work!
For a breath of fresh air and some summer rays, head to Barbara Morrison Performing Arts Center in Los Angeles to be at peace with the world. No need to splurge on a baby sitter ? tots will be right at home at this park.
Barbara Morrison Performing Arts Center's patrons can find places to park in the area. Whether you want to do some outdoor yoga, walking, or sun bathing, Barbara Morrison Performing Arts Center offers the perfect space to accomplish all of these things and more at their park.
The Barnsdall Gallery Theatre (BGT) is owned and operated by the City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affair's Community Arts Division as a low-priced rental house available for live theatre, dance, music, spoken word, lecture, film and special events.
The Theatre is a 299-seat proscenium stage with a basic lighting and sound package, as well as a high definition digital projector and a built-in 16mm film, slide and video projector. The Theatre's goal is to encourage community and professional producers to present artistic and diverse cultural events at the lowest possible admission price to maximize attendance and audience engagement.
The Beverly Hills Playhouse has for over thirty-five years offered ongoing intensive scene-study acting classes in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, San Francisco, and New York for both the professional actor and those who are looking to develop themselves into professional actors. The BHP is well known for Milton Katselas' unique approach, which addresses Acting, Attitude, and Career Administration.
The Berubians Theater Company started many moons ago under former development Exec and Improv impresario Chris Berube.
Chris had been acting professionally for years and evolved onto the other side of the stage and screen.
After returning to the world of theater, Chris was a little turned off at the “pay to play” or “co-op” philosophies of other theater companies on the West Coast.
He dreamed of an evolving performance space that actually focused on the performers, rather than take their money, a place that didn't force people into expensive classes and set up multiple levels of payment.
He created The Berubians and now oversees multiple theater venues that not only bring out the passion and art for all who enter…..but at no cost to anyone with a dream.
He still hangs out at all of his theaters, directing, Writing and sometimes even acting. And every week he leads an improvisation workshop….for free.