Monthly Archives: November 2016

Costume Displays

We love a costume display. There is nothing better than opening up a box filled with costumes. Pulling out our mannequins and playing dress up really makes our day. This is why few years back we decided that investing in costume mannequins was going to be in our best interest. We believe that the costumes are another character in the show and we want you to get up close and personal with these beauties. Check out some of our favorite costume displays throughout the years.

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Masks from Disney’s The Lion King.

While we know the Lion King masks are not costumes exactly, they are a very crucial piece of the show. These masks with their stunning detail and surprisingly light weight fascinated theatre goers in 2014 and 2015

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Phantom of The Opera costumes displayed in the Hollywood Pantages Lobby

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The Phantom of The Opera costumes helped to jazz up our booth at the 2015 Festival of Books

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The Phantom of the Opera costumes at Dodgers Stadium in 2015

Our Phantom costumes got a bit of a workout! Not only did they preside over the lobby during the 2015 run of The Phantom of the Opera but they also traveled to the Festival of Books and Dodgers Stadium to help us promote the show.

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Inside SoCal’s Erica Olsen pictured next to costumes from Bullets Over Broadway

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Costumes for Bullets Over Broadway

Inside Socal’s Erica Olsen got all gussied up to help us promote our pre Bullets Over Broadway speakeasy. The costumes pictured were designed by Tony Award Winner William Ivy Long.

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The Kinky Boots

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Cyndi Lauper and Harvey Fierstein showed off the Kinky Boots while receiving their stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

While these Kinky Boots never made it to the lobby, they served a pivotal role in the star ceremony for Harvey Fierstein and Cyndi Lauper.

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Ensemble gown from 42nd Street

This ensemble gown from the number Dames in 42nd Street really surprised us with just how heavy it was. The entire gown is hand beaded. It’s also possible that everyone in the office put the hat on at one point or another!

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Ensemble costumes from the finale of White Christmas

The White Christmas ensemble costumes are our newest display in the lobby. What could be better than red and white fleece and a tap shoe?

What costumes would you like to see displayed in our lobby?

Holidays in Hollywood

While some people dream of a white Christmas, most Angelenos are quite content drinking their peppermint mocha’s in 80 degree weather. The constant sunshine and enticing temperatures means that many folks in Los Angeles end up with a house full of family around the holidays. In an effort to help you get the in laws out of the house for a few hours we have compiled a list of things to do in Hollywood this holiday season.

The Escape Hotel

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The Escape Hotel opened in Hollywood in early 2016.  Escape rooms are best be described as a live puzzle game, utilizing a team (from two-12 people, depending on the size of the room and your ability to get along with others) to figure out clues and puzzles, and that all add up to the ability to unlock a door after a set amount of time (usually 30 minutes to an hour, again depending on your ability to get along with others; if you’re super-stuck, there’s always someone watching who’ll give you a hint… if you want it).

Escape Hotel would like to offer season ticket holders a 10% discount on individual tickets and a 15% discount on group tickets. To receive the discount holders will need to contact Escape Hotel Hollywood at 323-848-4954 and use the special password, Lloyd.

Website: http://escapehotelhollywood.com/

 

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Opening its doors in 1979, the World Famous Laugh Factory has been recognized as “the #1 comedy club in the country” by such high-profile media as USA Today. With southern California locations in Hollywood (its original Sunset Boulevard locale) and Long Beach (opened in 2008), comedy’s top stars, as well as today’s brightest emerging talent, shine on its legendary stage.

Complimentary General Admission tickets for up to four guests to our Hollywood location. Guests may choose from our Monday – Thursday, 8PM or 10PM shows.
2 drink minimum. 18+

To make your reservation please call our box office in advance, (323) 656-1336 ext 1.

Make sure to mention the Hollywood Pantages to redeem your complimentary tickets.

Exceptions apply. No special events. Monday-Thursday only.

Website: www.laughfactory.com  

 

Starline Tours

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As L.A.’s leading sightseeing company, Starline Tours is pleased to offer a wide range of exciting Los Angeles tours from our Hollywood terminal. Discover the unique celebrity culture and history of this fascinating city, or let us conveniently transport you to and from many of Southern California’s most popular attractions!

Starline Tours is offering buy one, get one half off! Season Ticket Holders call 1 (800) 959-3131 for special rate.Blackout Dates: November 25 – 26, 2016 and December 26 – January 8, 2017

Website: www.StarlineTours.com  

 

Museum of Broken Relationships

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The Museum of Broken Relationships explores broken love and other human relationships – what they mean to us, what they tell us about what we share and how we can learn and grow from them.  It is composed of objects donated anonymously by members of the public from all over the world.  Each exhibit is an object (some of them ordinary, some of them extraordinary) and a story, which together recount a watershed event in someone’s life.

15% off tickets for season ticket holders.

Website: http://brokenships.la

 

The Pink Carpet

The 2016-17 Season has officially begun. There is nothing more fun than kicking off a new season than with a red carpet opening night. Hedwig and the Angry Inch is a special show that deserved a special PINK carpet. In this blog, see how we do everything from pink carpet set up to the celebs that joined us for the opening.

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Zelda Williams (photo by Chelsea Lauren)

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Judy Greer (photo by Chelsea Lauren)

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From Left: Scout Willis, Tallulah Belle Willis, Arianne Phillips, and Demi Moore (photo by Chelsea Lauren)

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Margaret Cho (photo by Chelsea Lauren)

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Courtney Love (photo by Chelsea Lauren)

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Elizabeth Banks (photo by Chelsea Lauren)

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John Stamos (photo by Chelsea Lauren)

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Vincent Rodriguez III (photo by Chelsea Lauren)

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Rider Strong (photo by Chelsea Lauren)

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Ross Matthews (photo by Chelsea Lauren)