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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Critic’s Choice!

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Final 6 performances! “CRITIC’S CHOICE… gives an old tale new relevance… masterful staging… fine performances… a stunning visual tableau” — Los Angeles Times

 Something you might have missed while you were eating your holiday turkey last weekend; our show, Hansel & Gretel Bluegrass made The Los Angeles Times Critic’s Choice list! We’re down to our final [...]

Now More Than Ever… again.

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Now More Than Ever ...again by Jay McAdams Have you noticed since last week’s presidential election that people are once again using the phrase Now More Than Ever? We have already dusted off this familiar chestnut from the recent recession and re-purposed it to refer to our current political situation. And why not? This slogan worked [...]

Election Week 2016

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Art Heals by Jay McAdams The day after 9/11, when everything was still closed, 24th STreet decided that we had a responsibility to open our doors and offer comfort as best we could. That night we had a standing-room-only crowd of terrified citizens who, while watching the show, collectively realized that life as we knew it [...]

Great Gordon

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The Greatness of Gordon By Jay McAdams When I moved to L.A. at the age of 20, I knew very little about theatre. That now seems odd since I was moving to attend The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, an acting school dedicated to theatre training. But the only plays I had actually seen in my [...]

On the Train to Independence

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On the Train to Independence by Tina Langill Angela was a student in our After 'Cool program years ago as an Elementary and Middle School student. Even when her family moved away to Rosemead, she continued to be involved in our programs, becoming one of our paid House Staff at productions and volunteering to help out [...]

Does Youth Theater Really Have to Be So Pandering and Simple Minded?

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In May, in conjunction with our performance of Walking The Tightrope at The Kirk Douglas Theatre we organized a Theatre for Young Audiences Roundtable consisting of artists, educators and professionals in the field. In addition to having the roundtable take place at the Kirk Douglas Theatre we also included our friends in cyberspace via Twitter.   [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]