Since 1947, the Coronet Theatre Building on North La Cienega Boulevard in Los Angeles has been an establishment for great entertainment. From its earliest days of historic live theatre and experimental art cinema to its current contribution of live music and comedy, the Coronet Theatre continues to be a place where creativity and entertainment are at its best. Our goal is for the Coronet Theatre Building to be designated a historic-cultural monument, HCM, and officially recognized for its dynamic history and significant cultural contribution to Los Angeles.
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Please write a letter in support of the nomination of the Coronet Theatre Building, located at 366-372 North La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles, to be designated as a historical-cultural monument.
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Attend the hearing on June 1, 2023 at 10:00 am in City Hall, Room 350. Being there in person has the greatest impact. Please consider attending and speaking during the community comments portion of the hearing.
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On opening night of Galileo, with a sweltering heat-wave baking Los Angeles, actor, Charles Laughton ordered trucks loaded with ice blocks to surround the theatre, “so the audience can think.”
Visit his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at
7021 Hollywood Boulevard
The Coronet Theatre was home of Ray Bradbury's Pandemonium Theatre Company.
At the Coronet Theatre, Bullshot Crummond was the first ever theatre concert ever taped by Showtime Network.