The Fountain Theatre, a non-profit organization established in 1990, is dedicated to providing a home for multi-ethnic theatre and dance artists. The company focuses on developing new works and exploring established plays in a way that reflects the concerns and cultural diversity of contemporary Los Angeles and the nation.
Housed in a two-story complex in Hollywood, The Fountain offers a year-round season of plays, including many world, U.S., and West Coast premieres, along with a full season of multi-ethnic dance, a new plays developmental series, educational outreach programs, and national/international tours. To date, Fountain Theatre projects have been seen in New York, San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Seattle, Chicago, Florida, Minneapolis, London, and Edinburgh, among other cities. Recent productions include Opus, The Ballad of Emmett Till,Shining City, and Gem of the Ocean.
Fountain Theatre Information
- Public Transportation: Good (a short walk from buses 175, 206, and LDHW at Normandie Avenue/Fountain Avenue; a 4-minute walk from buses 2 and 302 at Normandie Avenue/Sunset Blvd.)
- Handicapped Accessibility: Good
- Performances/Programs: Performances are Thursday–Sunday
- Ticket Prices: Single tickets are $25–$30, previews $15, $18 student tickets (Thursday and Friday), $23 senior tickets (Thursday and Friday)
- Membership: Opening-Night memberships $100, Regular Show memberships $84, Preview memberships $52. Benefits include preferred seating, free parking and discounts to other theaters.