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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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 [...]

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 [...]

Remembering Not To Forget

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Remembering Not to Forget by Jay McAdams Stress is part of the non-profit sector. We worry. We worry about budgets, always. We worry about our boards of directors, about our staff, our missions, our strategic planning. But mostly we worry about the world, because at our core we non-profit types all want to change the world. [...]

Johnny Hernandez’ Story~

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by Juan (Johnny) Hernandez Johnny is a 24th STreet Theatre Board Intern and a Meeting Planning Specialist at The Capital Group Companies. Growing up in my Hispanic family in Los Angeles California, art was not a prominent topic at the dinner table. My parents had always instilled in me the value of hard work and integrity, [...]

Artful Holidays!

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All of us at 24th STreet Theatre wish you an artful, happy, and healthy holiday season! Click here to Support 24th STreet ~~~ ¡Todos nosotros en el 24th STreet Theatre le deseamos una temporada de fiestas felices, saludables y lleno de arte! Sigue este enlace Apoyar al 24th STreet

It takes a Pueblo~

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Pueblo Power by Jay McAdams A few years ago we got a grant to do a holiday play with members of our community.  We called the program Teatro Del Pueblo. While we knew that doing a play would be a positive experience for non-professional actors, we had no idea how life-changing it would be for those [...]

‘Tis the Season

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‘Tis the Season It is that time of year again when the excesses of the holidays are upon us. Lots of holiday parties, so many things covered in chocolate, and non-profit fundraising campaigns galore. And like all non-profits, 24th STreet is asking for your year-end donation to help us keep on doing what we do... simply [...]

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 [...]