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24th STreet Theatre
1117 West 24th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90007-1725
Telephone: (213) 745-6516
E-mail: theatre@24thstreet.org

24th STreet Theatre is located at the corner of S. Hoover St. and 24th Street in Los Angeles. It is two blocks South of the Hoover St. exit off of I-10 Santa Monica Fwy, and just North of the University of Southern California. Paid parking is available across the street.

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24th STreet Theatre is wheelchair accessible. Please call our box office ahead of time if you need additional information or assistance.

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Gotta Love Louie! 24/7 newsletter

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Gotta Love Louie by Jay McAdams For many years now Deb has been directing the LA Philharmonic’s Summer Sounds at the Hollywood Bowl. She loves doing this job for two reasons: (1) it’s the Hollywood Bowl! (2) the great musicians, dancers, and artists from around the world with whom she gets to work. Since we made our Explorer Series a [...]

La Vispera / The Eve Photos

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Last weekend Teatro del Pueblo opened, and the emotions flowed as fast as the candy out of our pinata. Enjoy these photos of the production and posada. Two shows left, this weekend! Info here.   Ensemble. Photo by Melly Lee Photography Pinata for the last performance of "La Vispera", created by Nerzy Bustillo. [...]

Support Us w/ Jack Black’s Limited Edition Charity Shirt

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Support 24th ST by getting yourself a Jack Black t-shirt from a very limited run! 100% of proceeds go to Jack’s favorite charity (us!) whose mission is to bring quality Arts Education, Community Outreach and Professional Theatre to young and old alike. Available in women's, hoodie & sweatshirt styles too! Get your shirt here! **SHIPS TO ALL [...]

Farmers Insurance Celebrates A “World Of Possibility” With Actor Jack Black And His Teacher Debbie Devine Atop The Insurer’s 2015 Rose Parade® Float

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You may remember last year when we launch "Thank a Million Teachers" campaign, and friend Jack Black thanked Debbie for showing him an artistic way of life: This year, not only will Farmer's Insurance have a float to honor teachers in the Rose Parade, but he and Debbie will also be riding high on New Year's [...]

Enter Stage Right: “Igniting Enthusiasm”

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We receive a lot of thank you's from the schools who attend "Enter Stage Right." Thanks to the Rosenthal & Gluck Foundations, this year we had the funding to extend the program - and here's a response from Studio City! On Friday, December 5th,  my class visited the 24th Street Theatre.  This was a first for [...]

My Favorite Martians

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My Favorite Martians by Jay McAdams ‘Tis the season. Not just Pumpkin-Spice-Everything Season. But year-end fundraising season for thousands of non-profits (there are over 20,000 in LA County alone). Every year I struggle to come up with something clever, more clever than the rest of the great non-profits whose fundraising appeal letters end up on top [...]

Teach the Teachers Well

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24/Seven 24th STreet Theatre News Thanksgiving 2014 Teach the Teachers Well by Jay McAdams Conventional wisdom is that those with more experience are the teachers and those with less experience are the students. So I assumed that’s how it’d be when we began our Teatro Del Pueblo program last year, in which we set out to [...]

We’re a Site Visit for the National Guild for Community Arts Education!

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The National Guild for Community Arts Education is in the midst of their annual conference in Los Angeles. We're honored to be chosen as a Site Visit. See below from their website to learn why, and stay tuned this Saturday on our social media channels to get live coverage! 24th Street Theater: Parents in the Spotlight [...]

Dia de los Muertos: the 24th ST Tradition

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Dia de los Muertos: the 24th ST Tradition by Jay McAdams When we began our Día de los Muertos celebration 8 years ago, very few friends in LA had even heard of this occasion. Self-Help Graphics had been doing it for years, but it wasn’t a mainstream thing yet. Today there are many Día de los Muertos [...]

Teatro del Pueblo presents “La Vispera (The Eve)”

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La Víspera (“The Eve”) LOS ANGELES (Oct. 23, 2014) – 24th STreet Theatre’s Teatro del Pueblo (“Theater of the Village”) returns in 2014 with the world premiere of La Víspera(“The Eve”), another warm, funny and unique holiday play about love and sacrifice created from stories shared by members of the local immigrant community during workshops with [...]