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Got to see Broadway in LA with Dear Evan Hansen...theater is a bit dated and worn, but good acoustics and reasonably good tiered seating, not too big, so more intimate than cavernous. A good spot for a good show.
A home for original productions and Broadway touring companies, the design of this theater makes even the back rows feel surprisingly close to the stage. The technical staff know how to work with the visiting productions and shows here are consistently high quality.
My wife and I went to Los Angeles to see the theater production of " Ain't To Proud " at the Ahmanson theater. This was the story of the life and times of the Temptations. The Temptations were a historical American vocal group who released...More
Beautiful landmark in LA. The grounds are beautifully kept,fun atmosphere.
We saw The Temptations . Great musical but moreover this place is such an icon in the city.
I’m sure no matter what you see hear you will feel so Los Angeles.
If you are...More
Went in June to see Humans . The play was very disappointing but the theatre is great. They are undergoing major construction right now but you can still valet or self park on the premises. The sound system in the theatre is fantastic.
No need to show up early and hang out in the courtyard as we always did as it is under major construction... was here to see the Humans and this is a beautiful theatre with comfortable seating and a great sound system... always a pleasure...More
The Ahmanson is part of the Music Center, in one of my favorite areas of Downtown LA. Wander around, be sure and see the Walt Disney across 1st and Grand Park across Grand. Best place to take photos of LA skyline is the Water and...More
Downtown Los Angeles is a busy metropolis of towering buildings, bustling streets, and industrial warehouses. There is a distinct multiplicity of cultures here with a growing influx of business professionals and hipsters. Many call the evolution of Downtown over recent years gentrification. New lofts, bars, hotels and restaurants are popping up regularly. Downtown is home to some of the very best restaurants
in the city leading the LA foodie scene, plus it is the location of cultural and sports venues including the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Staples Center, and the Coliseum at the University of Southern California.
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The grand central station isn’t too far. Lyft , Uber or walking less then a mile ,maybe. This place is great and has a nice plethora of eats. From peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to Chinese to Phó to Mexican to German... More
The grand central station isn’t too far. Lyft , Uber or walking less then a mile ,maybe. This place is great and has a nice plethora of eats. From peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to Chinese to Phó to Mexican to German sausages .
Self-Parking is available in The Music Center Garage for $9 at the Grand Ave entrance. (Please note: for weekday matinees please arrive between noon and 2pm and you will be charged $9. Parking before noon is $20... More
Self-Parking is available in The Music Center Garage for $9 at the Grand Ave entrance. (Please note: for weekday matinees please arrive between noon and 2pm and you will be charged $9. Parking before noon is $20.) The garage sometimes fills up on dates when all three theatres at The Music Center are operating.
Valet parking is available for $23 at The Music Center's Hope Street entrance.
Handicapped Parking is available for patrons displaying a handicapped placard at both The Music Center Garage and valet parking. The charge at both locations is $9. To arrange mobility services from The Music Center garage to the Ahmanson Theatre or Mark Taper Forum, please contact The Music Center Access Disability Line at 213.972.0777.
Parking rates at The Music Center are determined by the County of Los Angeles and are subject to change without notice.