Broadway in L.A. is the title of a series of large-scale Broadway touring productions presented at the Pantages Theater by the Netherlanders Organization. Before taking on its current name, Broadway/L.A. was known as the Los Angeles Civic Light Opera, the oldest theatre subscription organization in the city and one of the most successful subscription series in U.S. history.
In 2000, the Netherlander Organization poured more than $10 million into an extensive renovation of the landmark Pantages Theatre, which reopened in September of that year with the Los Angeles premiere of The Lion King. Among the many other hits that have played here are The Producers, Wicked, and West Side Story.
Broadway in L.A. Information
- Public Transportation: Very Good (less than a block from the Red Line and buses 180, 181, 212, 217, 222, 312, and 780 at Hollywood Blvd./Vine Street)
- Handicapped Accessibility: Good
- Performances/Programs: Performance schedule is Tuesday–Sunday
- Ticket Prices: Single tickets are $32–$95. Discounts for groups of 15 or more and additional discounts vary per show
- Subscriptions: Seven-Show package $235–$644, Four-Show package $136–$365. Benefits include ticket forwarding (email tickets to family and friends if you can’t use them), ticket exchanges, and lost-ticket insurance.