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Ranked #1 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Dinner Theaters
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Ranked #2 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Concerts
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Ranked #3 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Architectural Buildings; Theaters; Symphonies; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Concerts
Owner description: Home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, this concert hall is designed to be one of the most acoustically sophisticated in the... more » Owner description: Home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, this concert hall is designed to be one of the most acoustically sophisticated in the world. « less
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Ranked #4 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Arenas/ Stadiums/ Fields
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Ranked #5 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Theaters; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Performances
Owner description: Opened in 1930 by a vaudeville magnate, the interior of this famous theater is one of the most stunning examples of high... more » Owner description: Opened in 1930 by a vaudeville magnate, the interior of this famous theater is one of the most stunning examples of high ornate Art Deco architecture in Los Angeles. « less
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Ranked #6 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Theaters
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Ranked #7 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Theaters
This spectacular locale hosts year-round entertainment.
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Ranked #8 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Theaters
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Ranked #9 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Theaters
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Ranked #10 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
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Ranked #11 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Theaters; Performances; Comedy Clubs
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Ranked #12 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Operas; Performances
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Ranked #13 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Comedy Clubs; Theaters
Owner description: Melrose Avenue's Groundlings have been practicing their high-octane brand of anything-goes improvisation for nearly three... more » Owner description: Melrose Avenue's Groundlings have been practicing their high-octane brand of anything-goes improvisation for nearly three decades. Audiences know the group for their wacky sketch comedy and lightning audience participation rounds, but for aspiring comedians and writers it's the Groundlings School that's the real draw. With courses in beginning and advanced improv, sketch and monologue comedy, the school has trained several generations of young wits. Its alumni includes a laundry list of "SNL"-ers (Phil Hartman, Julia Sweeney, Will Ferrell, Laraine Newman), Cassandra "Elvira" Peterson and Emmy-winning "Friends" star Lisa Kudrow. The theatre was also the home of Paul Reubens' early, raunchier version of "Pee-Wee's Playhouse." With pristine standards and a pool of hundreds of talented newcomers to draw from, the troupe offers some of the quickest, cleverest improv in town, cozily presented in their own 100-seat theater. « less
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Ranked #14 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Theaters
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Ranked #15 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Theaters; Performances
Owner description: Home of the Academy Awards, Kodak Theater offers a 30-minute guided tour that includes a visit to the theater, VIP room and... more » Owner description: Home of the Academy Awards, Kodak Theater offers a 30-minute guided tour that includes a visit to the theater, VIP room and Oscar history. « less
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Ranked #16 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Theaters
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Ranked #17 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
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Ranked #18 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Theaters
Elaborate French Renaissance theater dating back to 1926.
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Ranked #19 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Arenas/ Stadiums/ Fields
Owner description: L.A. LIVE is the leading entertainment destination for all of Los Angeles and the event capitol of the world hosting the... more » Owner description: L.A. LIVE is the leading entertainment destination for all of Los Angeles and the event capitol of the world hosting the GRAMMYs, EMMYs, American Music Awards, ESPYs, American Idol Finals and hundreds of other events. L.A. LIVE was created to give its guests an unforgettable experience. There is a place for dining, for music, for sports, for living: a place for an experience unlike any other. There is a place ... L.A. LIVE. « less
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Ranked #20 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Theaters
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Ranked #21 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Theaters
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Ranked #22 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Comedy Clubs
Owner description: ComedySportz is the longest running show in Los Angeles now in it's 20th year. Not comedy about sports; it’s comedy PLAYED as... more » Owner description: ComedySportz is the longest running show in Los Angeles now in it's 20th year. Not comedy about sports; it’s comedy PLAYED as a sport! Two teams of our improvisers compete for laughs and points in a comedy competition. There are fouls to keep the show from being in poor taste; there’s even one to make a player apologize for telling lame jokes! The show is always completely interactive, and suitable for all audiences. « less
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Ranked #23 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Concerts; Theaters
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Ranked #24 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Theaters; Architectural Buildings
Owner description: The Wiltern Theatre first opened its doors to movie crowds on October 7th, 1931. Recognized by the City of Los Angeles as a... more » Owner description: The Wiltern Theatre first opened its doors to movie crowds on October 7th, 1931. Recognized by the City of Los Angeles as a Historic Cultural Monument, this Art Deco Landmark was renovated and restored to its original splendor in 1985, under the direction of Bill Graham Presents. Following a legendary history of performances and events, a $1.5 million facelift led to the Grand Re-Opening on October 15, 2002. Formerly an all-seated venue, the theatre had its 1,200-orchestra seats removed and now features a five-tiered floor that slants upward from the stage, thereby accommodating a standing-room-only configuration. The balcony still offers a thousand seats, and the flexible new arrangement allows for seats to be brought in for more intimate performances. The venue's new capacity is roughly 2,300, depending on how the floor is set up. In October 2003, The Wiltern and LG Electronics, a leading global consumer electronics company, celebrated the renaming of the theater. Currently known as The Wiltern LG, this venue sponsorship will offer concert-goers the opportunity to become acquainted with LG Electronics' line of well-designed, groundbreaking digital products. Formerly a great place to catch more sedate acts, the Wiltern's new design makes it one of “LA's coolest venues to check out performers of any type of music” says AOL’s City Guide. Join us for love, laughter and music! « less
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Ranked #25 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Jazz Bars; Performances
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Ranked #26 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
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Ranked #27 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Comedy Clubs
Filming site of the show "Evening at the Improv" showcasing a variety of comedy talent.
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Ranked #28 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Performances; Theaters
He's back, and now the Terminator is a virtual 3-D ride with a 12 minute theater presentation.
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Ranked #29 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
Category: Theaters
This cathedral-like theater has a Spanish gothic tower.
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Ranked #30 of 72 Performances in Los Angeles
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