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best places, never bad seat, really nice oldstyle theater, great experience, comfortable seating, incredible intricacies, comfortable red velvet chairs
Beautiful and historic. This is the place to enjoy the latest musical visiting town. The quintissential Hollywood experience.
Gorgeous art deco theater to see most popular broadway shows. Tip: Purchase seats at box office to avoid paying "service fees." Also you'll have access to purchasing tickets production releases last minute. Great way to see a show that's sold out.
Amazing bit of Los Angeles culture brings all the glamour of old Hollywood to big Broadway productions.
Historic Hollywood vaudeville house (and former home of the Oscars) now serves as the number one place for touring Broadway headliners.
A Night at the Theatre.
I have seen quite a few musicals at the Pantages, and each one is a fun and unique experience for myself. I was never into theatre, but I was asked to see "The Phantom of the Opera". We had tickets close toward the stage, and I must say I had a blast. It was fun because I could see the performers acting and singing.
Seating is nice and comfortable, and I never had any trouble asking for assistance if I needed anything. During Intermission, refreshments are sold near the entrance. The lines can get a little long.
Super Venue. The Pantages is as much a part of the show as The Lion King itself. Easy to envision the Academy Awards back in the day at this beautiful landmark.
Perfect Theater. The money spent to renovate this theater prior to the current run of the Lion King was verty well spent. If you could see the before and after... The lobby will make your jaw drop and your head tilt back. Every seat inside has a great view. The joint is packed with history as well (Oscars were here for a short stretch...)
Magnificent Madness. This is without doubt one of the most insanely splendid theaters I've ever been in -- and I've been in quite a few. "Ornate," "Art Deco," "baroque" -- none of these terms can begin to describe what a spectacle this place is -- it's tempting to go and skip the show altogether, just so you can take in the incredible intricacies of the restored space and its many many many decorative flourishes.
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