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Click here for photos from the event. Click here to read a summary of, and see photos from, the Tower Theatre project presentation made to the Cultural Heritage Committee on 2nd August Over interested members and followers joined us to be toured around all areas of the theatre.
Attended by over enthusiastic members and followers, we were given complete access to the interior spaces of the theatre.
Our coalition partners Hollywood Heritage, L. A big thanks to our fantastic volunteers! Advocating for the Earl Carroll Theatre We've added a new section on our website. Our most recent success story is the Earl Carroll Theatre.
LAHTF worked with our preservation coalition for over 2 years to get the developer to preserve the theatre. Join today for more members-only events! Tower Theatre Update - 2nd August Our coalition spent two years working directly with the development team to find ways to preserve and protect the Earl Carroll Theatre.
This is a preservation success story.
Today the Million Dollar Theatre is closed temporarily while the new tenants, CoBird, finalize their plans. The owners of the State Theatre are working to find a theatrical tenant for the Theatre, and are currently talking to a number of organizations.
LAHTF will continue to advocate for the best theatrical use for this important historic theatre. Photo by Mike Hume Hollywood Warner Theatre There has been a lot of recent attention circling the Hollywood Warner Theatre Hollywood Pacificso we would like to take a few minutes to report the current status.
After a year of many productive meetings, Robertson Properties agreed to fund a neutral third-party feasibility study, with the reactivation of the theatre as the priority.
It was one of four offers that came in last August during the sale process. The top two bids were withdrawn and this 3rd bid was accepted. LAHTF is reaching out to the buyer and hopes to have more information soon.
The theatre entertained a number of generations of City residents before welcoming its last movie patron in Since then, the fate of the Fox Inglewood has been uncertain.
Rialto Theatre, South Pasadena The Friends of the Rialto, with support of the Theatre's new tenant, Mosaic Church, is restoring the 35mm projection system for use for future movie screenings.
The first movie screening produced by Mosaic was a great success. Friends of the Rialto will continue to work closely with the Church to promote a proper restoration and reactivation.
When the announcement was made, LAHTF attempted multiple times to contact the brand to offer our consulting services. Our hope was to protect and preserve as many of the original theatre details as possible.
Photo by Hunter Kerhart Who We Are Protect, preserve, restore and sustain the operation of historic theatres through advocacy and activism. The Los Angeles Historic Theatre Foundation is a spirited organization pursuing excellence and innovation in the creation of unique arts and entertainment destinations that bring together commercial and non-profit historic theatre enterprises.
LAHTF aims to present a thoughtfully curated variety of quality film and performing arts events, advance arts education, and support communities interested in reviving historic theatres as catalysts for the arts, entertainment, new businesses, and residential living.
Successful historic theatre projects build community and strengthen economic development and vitality. Historic theatres are the bricks and mortar legacies of the visionary showmen who built them. Movie palaces, vaudeville houses, legit stages, all showcase something uniquely American, an architectural daring that mixed many styles into an improbably unified whole — a dream palace.
The architecture of fantasy transformed audiences, it created an immersive experience that inspired and entertained, transported them from the cares of the day to a magical land where troubles disappear and dreams come true. Within its walls, each historic theatre spans generations of cultural, social and popular American entertainment.
In these auditoriums, from these stages and screens, minds were opened, hearts were touched, romances bloomed and lives were changed. Historic theatres are repositories of memories and meaning. LAHTF protects and preserves the few remaining theatres constructed during the first half of the 20th Century.
We are determined to ensure that these extraordinary theatres will endure and entertain for generations to come.New Belgium Brewing, The Colorado Sound and Twist & Shout Present Slim Cessna's Auto Club Munly & The Lupercalians, Voight, BBQ Opens at 6pm!
Although Shakespeare's plays were performed at other venues during the playwright's career, the Globe Theatre in the Southwark district of London was the venue at which the Bard's best known stage.
This is a video of a live performance staged in a reproduction of the globe theatre. It is Marlow's Faustus not the more famous version by Goethe.
Shakespeare's Globe: An Interactive Pop-up Theatre [TOBY FORWARD, Juan Wijngaard] on schwenkreis.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Come actors, playwrights, and groundlings to Shakespeare's Globe to brush up on history and perform some famous scenes from the Bard's greatest plays.
Break a leg! Welcome to the Globe. On 20th October LAHTF celebrated the 30th Anniversary of DIE HARD at the Palace Theatre on Broadway. A screening of a pristine 35mm archival print of the movie was followed by a Q&A with the film's screenwriters, Jeb Stuart and Steven E.
de Souza, moderated by Jeff Goldsmith, publisher of Backstory Magazine and host of The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith podcast series.
Here are some facts about the Globe Theatre, London. The original Globe Theatre stood in Southwark, London, on the south bank of the River Thames.
Today, an accurate replica stands on the site of the original building. The Globe was built in , by the acting company of which William Shakespeare was a member. It [ ].