Inside The Los Angeles Theater

So my wife Susan and I ventured downtown last Sunday, drawn there both for the good works of L.A. Cowboy Brady Westwater who spearheaded and organized the first Saving L.A. Conference as well as as for the opportunity to explore the conference’s location, the historic Los Angeles Theater at 615 S. Broadway where I roamed to my heart’s content and took plenty o’ pix of the stately and aging and ornate movie palace — and was apparently in the vicinity of the ever-anonymous L.A. City Nerd who live-blogged the event.

Just for posterity and if you’ve never been inside, here’s an embiggenable pano from the mezzanine across the theater’s wings and stage and after the jump is another, a vertical one from the stage to the faded but still breathtaking ceiling detail and art.

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More pix here on Flickr.

One Reply to “Inside The Los Angeles Theater”

  1. Wow – STUNNING! Fabulous photos, thanks for sharing. LA theatres are high on my list of Favorite Things.

    (ever been down to the Warner Grand in San Pedro? I can fit San Pedro into 99% of my b.la comments – rad.)

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