(Los Angeles, CA)
Designed by B. Marcus Priteca, the almost 2,700-seat Pantages Theatre opened in Hollywood in 1930. Following a detailed restoration by its current operator, the Nederlander Organization, the lavish auditorium and its stunning lobby dazzle audiences today with a constant run of touring musicals and concerts. The Pantages Theatre is one of the enduring symbols of Hollywood’s golden age where the Oscars and numerous glamorous movie premieres have taken place.
Owner: Nederlander Group
Original Architect: B. Marcus Priteca
Historic Architect: SPF Architects
Construction Manager: Wexco International
General Contractor: Spectra Company