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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Community Reflections

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The question of Community comes up a lot lately. We belong to the Los Angeles Theatre community, national, international theatrical circles, intersecting with Theatre for Young Audiences around the world. Yet we also focus many programs around those neighbors who walk past and through our carriage doors every day. We watch their kids grow up and [...]

Sept 10-16 is National Arts in Education Week!

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Want to participate but don't know how? Here is a How To Guide from our friends at Americans For the Arts! #BecauseOfArtsEd Social Media Campaign An essential part of National Arts in Education Week is visibility. This is your chance to tell your own personal story about the transformative power of the arts in education on [...]

Come Together, Right Now!

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By Jay McAdams The recent eclipse was magical. Even if you weren’t in the path of totality, even if you were just watching through a pinhole in a cereal box, it was humbling to see firsthand the workings of the solar system. It was an affirmation of science. It was proof of the bigger mysteries of [...]

A New Mom Shares Mixed Feelings on “Back to School”

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A New Mom Shares Mixed Feelings on "Back to School" By Tina Langill As the new school year begins, the 4 to 5 year-olds are starting Kindergarten and children are moving up the day care ladder. I thought I had at least 5 years before the school year was part of my parenting cycle, but suddenly [...]

Work-at-Home-Mom Can’t Wait for Preschool

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Work-at-Home-Mom Can't Wait for Preschool by Cindy Marie Jenkins It’s May and I post on Facebook that my 3 year-old was off to camp for the first time, the very first class he’d do on his own.   “He’ll be fine,” my Mother-in-law comments. “But how’s his Mommy?” I stop in my tracks and realize that [...]

Speaking Up for Butterflies

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A personal note from your old/new Communications Director Cindy Marie Jenkins I worked for 24th ST from 2013–2015, left when I moved to Orlando and now I’m back in the role of Communications Director. I remember the first school shooting after I started — and how painful is it that there were so many more; I [...]

Teen Mentors – The “Helping Hands” Between Students and Teachers

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Teen Mentors - The "Helping Hands" Between Students and Teachers By Cindy Marie Jenkins You’ve heard us talk about them. You’ve probably seen them: setting up for After ‘Cool, quietly talking with a younger artist, loudly joking with their friends - even working at one of the coveted paid jobs running our concessions or as part [...]

Scaling Up

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Scaling Up  By Jay McAdams As we begin our 20th Anniversary season, it is clear in looking back that without Bob Scales there would be no 24th STreet Theatre. It was 1996 when then Dean Scales, of USC’s School of Theater, invited our co-founders Jon White-Spunner and Stephanie Shroyer to his USC neighborhood in hopes of luring a professional theatre there. Bob has always been [...]

Standing Room Only: Summer ‘Cool & Science

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Summer 'Cool Stands Up for Science by Cindy Marie Jenkins* Once again, our Summer Cool program for ages 9-12 is standing room only! Okay, that image doesn’t exactly fit into a summer enrichment camp, but we do have a wait list that could fill a second class. These last two weeks, Teaching Artists Brian Sonia-Wallace and [...]

Family Ties

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Family Ties by Jay McAdams The 24th STreet Theatre Family is comprised of many families. The great Saliba family is one of them. The Salibas are one of those quintessential LA families that go back generations. The patriarch, Leon Saliba died this month of the age of 106. That’s right, one hundred and six years strong. [...]