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

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 […]

Dia de los Muertos: the 24th ST Tradition

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 […]

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

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 […]

Altars, Skeletons & Flowers, oh my!

Yesterday was the first of two Community Arts Workshops to prepare for Dia de los Muertos on Nov 2nd!
First, thank you so much to our incredible volunteers!

Great progress was made on re-building the altars, […]

October 19th, 2014|Categories: Community, Photo|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

If There Were More Allegras, the World Would be a Better Place

24th ST went to City Hall last week to honor our own Allegra Padilla and other Latinas in the Arts. Musical artist Sheila E. was also honored, as were Latinas from every City Council district […]

October 19th, 2014|Categories: Community, News|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Enter Stage Right Expands to 90 Schools w/ Support from Rosenthal Family Foundation

We are thrilled to make this announcement today!
24th STreet Theatre’s
“Enter Stage Right”
expands to 90 schools with
support from Rosenthal Family Foundation
LOS ANGELES (Oct. 13, 2014) – 24th STreet Theatre has received a $300,000 grant over […]

October 13th, 2014|Categories: Arts Education, News|Tags: |0 Comments

Walking the Tightrope in Palm Desert!

It’s been so great being back at the beautiful McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert, bringing Walking the Tightrope to audiences of 1200+ students twice/day.

We had such a great experience here last summer. The staff and crew […]

Our Dia De los Muertos Art Workshops are part of The Big Draw LA!

Community Engager Allegra Padilla signed us up to collaborate with The Big Draw LA for our free Community Arts Workshops this month! As part of our celebration leading up to the annual Dia de […]

La Razon Blindada at Arizona State University

Last week Chima, Tony, Eric & Aleida brought our Spanish language hit LA RAZON BLINDADA to Arizona State University. Stay tuned for stories of their travels!
Award-winning Latin American play comes to ASU’s West campus

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76 Trombones

by Jay McAdams
You know how sometimes things come together better than you could have planned them? This spring we went on our fourth Cultural Envoy mission to El Salvador, teaching and performing. Because we’ve […]