Our Address

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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All Dressed Up and Somewhere to Go

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All Dressed Up and Somewhere To Go by Luke Kanter A funny thing happened on the way to Walt Disney Concert Hall (or rather, on the way OUT of Walt Disney Concert Hall). On Saturday, Allegra and I took 10 members of our Teen Leadership Academy to the Los Angeles Philharmonic, where we witnessed (and it [...]

Jack & Deb Thank a Million Teachers

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Jack & Deb Thank a Million Teachers If you were unplugged during the holidays you may have missed our adventures with Jack Black (to catch up on  all the great madness, click here for some footage!) Just before Christmas, Deb & Jack helped Farmers Insurance launch their national Thank A Million Teachers campaign.  At a national [...]

Ladybird Soars!

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Ladybird soars Our holiday community outreach production of Ladybird closed Sunday after two weekends of performances, completing our Teatro del Pueblo program for 2013.  You may have seen our posada circling the neighborhood. If you missed Ladybird, you missed more than 20 neighborhood residents performing a play alongside professional playwrights, lighting designers, costumers, directors, etc.  And [...]

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Our Pal Val By Jay McAdams Board Retreats often mean BORED Retreats.  But this week at 24th STreet, our fabo Board of Directors had an exciting retreat that brought local celebs and consultants, tears and laughter, contemplation and community, and discussion as delicious as the food. A huge thanks to development expert Michael Fuller for his [...]

Thank A Million Teachers!

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Jack Black Thanks A Million Teachers Jack Black le da Un millón de Gracias a maestros/as 24th STreet loves teachers!  We also love Jack Black.  And we love Farmers Insurance, our Presenting Sponsor.  So it was perfect when Farmers Insurance asked Debbie and Jack to participate in Farmers’ new Thank a Million Teachers campaign.  As you [...]

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Internacional There’s an old show business saying that goes “Let’s put on a show!” At 24th STreet, we consider that saying to be less than ambitious. Here we say, “Let’s put on TWO shows! In two weeks! International shows!” That kind of ambition and enthusiasm, however admirable, is also daunting. Especially when it comes to International [...]

Tightrope Award Nominations/Nominaciones de Walking The Tightrope para los Premios Ovaciones

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Great News! Last year’s production of Mike Kenny’s Walking the Tightrope has been nominated for 7 Ovation Awards! That’s more nominations than any other non-musical in an intimate theatre. What’s really great is that it was nominated for Best Production of the year from more than 200 other productions in LA last year. Our own Debbie [...]

TEDx @ 24th ST

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You may be asking: why would a children’s theatre would be co-producing a TEDx event? It’s not very "children’s theatre’ish."  But neither are we. If you’ve ever seen a TED or TEDx video, you know how inspiring they tend to be.  But what do they have to do with 24th STreet’s work?  Everything, actually.  Our mission [...]

Introducing Blu Elephant/Presentación de Blu Elefant!

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24th STreet is often called “a Gem” in reviews and newspaper articles. Well here’s another gem in our part of Los Angeles: Blu Elefant Café.  This little café at 2024 Washington Blvd is just 6-months old, but is already making a difference. Blu Elefant was created to be a gathering place in the community. They feature [...]

A Relaxing Summer Encounter

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Deb, our indefatigable Artistic Director, had to get away. After simultaneously directing three world-premiere productions for Summer Sounds at the Hollywood Bowl and leading the Summer Encounter program at the Colburn School downtown, we told Deb to take a break and head to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon for some well-earned R&R.  She’ll be [...]