Ahmanson Theater, L.A

ahmanson theater
ahmanson theater
ahmanson theater
ahmanson theater


Ahmanson Theater


More than 40 years ago the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles started its long career as a venue for showing comedies, dramas, musicals, and revivals of the classics. Its very first production at its opening in 1967 was the critically acclaimed “More Stately Mansions” which had Ingrid Bergman, Colleen Dewhurst, and Arthur Hill in its rosterf of illustrious actors.

Since then, Ahmanson Los Angeles has on its playbill such famous theatre productions as “9 to 5: The Musical”, “The Drowsy Chaperone”, “Two Trains Running”, “Amadeus”, “Swan Lake”, “The Piano Lessons”, and many more. This theatre in Los Angeles has won 50 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards.

The West Coast’s largest theatrical subscription base for season tickets, the Ahmanson starts its

season in early autumn and lasts until late summer. La Ahmanson theater has a seating capacity from 1,600 to 2,000 which allows it to showcase a wider variety of plays from intimate affairs to grandiose ones.

Ahmanson offers season tickets that guarantee seating in a specific location each time the owner wants to see a show. Ahmanson tickets can be ordered online. The full season package which includes the five-show ticket is ideal for those who value seating location. The same seat will be given to the holder for the 5 shows shown during the season. This package offers top priority seating and the option to renew each season.

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