Los Angeles' Actor's Gang Theatre, co-founded by Tim Robbins, harks back to the raw roots of theatre, renovates the classics and showcases new works, all in a newly renovated Hollywood theatre known for community involvement and important theatre.
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The Coronet's Writer's Lab offers free readings of new plays by established actors.
A Los Angeles theatre (affiliated with the University of California at Los Angeles) where actors like Brendan Fraser and Annette Bening flex their stage muscles and new productions aim to leave audiences "breathless."
A small Los Angeles theatre with an awe-inspiring entrance plucked from Mediterranean history books, the Ford Amphitheatre is an open-air performance art venue (one of the oldest in Los Angeles) set on 45-acres in the rustic Cahuenga Pass and showing dance, music and plays.
The new home of the Academy Awards, Hollywood's modern and technologically-advanced Kodak Theatre shows large-scale ballet, dance, and musical productions.