Contents 1 History 2 Past productions 2.1 2009 2.2 2010 2.3 2011 2.4 2013 2.5 2014 2.6 2015 2.7 2016 2.8 2017 3 See also 4 References 5 External links

History[edit] The 26th Academy Awards (1954) The Pantages Theatre Circuit had been built on vaudeville, and the new Hollywood theater programmed first-run movies alternating through the day with vaudeville acts for its first two years. But like other theaters during the Great Depression, it was forced to economize and thereafter operated primarily as a movie theater, though live entertainment was presented occasionally. Alexander Pantages sold the Hollywood landmark in 1932 to Fox West Coast Theaters. In 1949, Howard Hughes acquired the Hollywood Pantages for his RKO Theatre Circuit and moved his personal offices to the building's second floor. From 1949 through 1959, the theatre hosted the American motion picture industry's annual Academy Award Ceremonies.[2] It continued to be a major venue for roadshow movies into the 1970s. From 1965, it was operated by Pacific Theatres. The Hollywood Pantages closed as a movie theater in January, 1977, and re-opened the following month with Bubbling Brown Sugar, the first of the many stage productions that have since become its regular fare. The interior of the theater Now operated by an arm of the Nederlander Organization, the Hollywood Pantages is one of Los Angeles' leading venues for live theater (the five highest-grossing weeks in L.A.'s theatrical history were all shows at the Hollywood Pantages). The theatre has recently presented large-scale Broadway musicals such as Disney's The Lion King, which ran at the theatre for over two years, and hosted the long-running Los Angeles production of the Broadway musical Wicked. Situated on a prime location, the area's building and a rejuvenation boom has spread to Bob Hope Square with the addition of a new W Hotel and retail stores, tied closely to the Hollywood/Vine station. The theater underwent a $10-million restoration and upgrade in 2000. The original plans for the Hollywood Pantages were for a 12-story building: 2 floors dedicated to theater and 10 floors of office space. Completion of the 10 upper floors was halted due to the 1929 stock market crash during construction. In December 2007, plans were revealed to complete the original design and additional stories, but it was never realized.[2] The theatre has also occasionally hosted popular music concerts, including those of the bands Dream Theater, Foo Fighters and Mark Knopfler (of Dire Straits). Talking Heads' 1984 concert film Stop Making Sense was shot there. In 1997, 4 years before her English crossover, Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira performed her first show in the United States at the Hollywood Pantages. In 2006, Mexican pop-group RBD recorded their CD/DVD "Live in Hollywood" at the Hollywood Pantages. The Hollywood Pantages Theatre is also a popular location for the filming of movies, TV shows, and music videos. Concert scenes in the 1980 film The Jazz Singer and in Michael Jackson's 1995 video "You Are Not Alone" are just two examples out of many. Rickie Lee Jones's 1979 self-titled debut album includes a reference to the Pantages in her song "Chuck E.'s In Love".

Past productions[edit] Pantages Theatre during the 2007-2009 run of Wicked Productions at the Pantages (presented by Broadway in L.A. since 1996), have included:[3] Bubbling Brown Sugar (1977) Man of La Mancha (1978) Beatlemania (1978) La Cage aux Folles (1984-1985) Flamenco Puro (1987) Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (1993) How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (1996) Damn Yankees (1996) Riverdance (1996, 1998, 2006) Andrew Lloyd Webber–Music of the Night (1997) West Side Story (1997) Cats (1997, 2003, 2006) Tango x 2 (1997) The Phantom of the Opera (1997, 1998) The King and I (1998, 2005) Peter Pan (1998, 2004) Annie (1999, 2005) Cirque Ingenieux (1999) Evita (1999, 2005) The Wizard of Oz (1999) Footloose (1999) Jekyll & Hyde (1999) Sunset Boulevard (1999) Defending the Caveman (1999) Fame (1999) Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story (2000) The Sound of Music (2000) The Lion King (2000–2003, 2006) The Producers (2003) Chicago (2004, 2005) Starlight Express (2004) Mamma Mia! (2004, 2009) Hairspray (2004, 2006) Miss Saigon (2004) Movin' Out (2004) Les Misérables (2004, 2006) Oklahoma! (2005) Wicked (2005, 2007) Irving Berlin's White Christmas (2005) Dragon Tales Live (2006) Doctor Dolittle (2006) Stomp (2006) Rent (2006) Little Women (2006) Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (2006) RBD - Live In Hollywood (2006) Sweet Charity (2006) The Ten Tenors (2006) 2009[edit] The Phantom of the Opera Rent Mamma Mia! Grease Dirty Dancing RAIN – A Tribute to The Beatles Fiddler on the Roof Legally Blonde Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! 2010[edit] Riverdance Stomp The Color Purple Cats Chicago Young Frankenstein The 101 Dalmatians Musical In the Heights The Phantom of the Opera West Side Story 2011[edit] Hair Spring Awakening The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary Symphony Rock of Ages RAIN – A Tribute to the Beatles Disney's Beauty and the Beast Burn the Floor Shrek the Musical Wicked Come Fly Away 2013[edit] Peter Pan Jekyll and Hyde Catch Me If You Can Priscilla, Queen of the Desert Sister Act The Wizard of Oz Evita 2014[edit] The Lion King The Book of Mormon Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Ghost Once 2015[edit] Jersey Boys Pippin Kinky Boots Wicked An Evening With Neil DeGrasse Tyson Newsies Motown The Phantom of the Opera Annie 2016[edit] Bullets Over Broadway Dirty Dancing The Illusionists 42nd Street Beautiful: The Carole King Musical Cabaret Hedwig and the Angry Inch The King and I 2017[edit] Rent Motown Finding Neverland An American in Paris The Bodyguard The Book of Mormon Hamilton

See also[edit] Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments in Hollywood

References[edit] ^ Department of City Planning. "Designated Historic-Cultural Monuments". City of Los Angeles. Retrieved 2010-06-15.  ^ a b c Vincent, Roger (6 December 2007). "Pantages presents a revival: tower plan from the 1920s". Los Angeles Times. pp. C1, C4. Retrieved 6 August 2012.  ^ "Full List of Broadway/L.A. Presentations". Broadway in L.A. Retrieved March 5, 2011. 

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