March 8th 2020: 1pm - 3:15pm
Globe Theatre, 740 S Broadway
Our annual meeting is open to everyone, although only current members are able to vote on items during the meeting. Aside from taking care of business, this is a great time to speak with our Board of Directors, mingle with other supporters and take a mini tour of the theatre. We present a wrap up of the past year, updates on our advocacy efforts, and preview things to come in 2020, not to mention discuss all things Globe including their history and what they are doing today. Light snacks and refreshments will be served following the meeting.
While this event is free, if you would like to attend please click here to RSVP so that we may plan more thoroughly for all attending.
Hollywood's Biggest Night
LAHTF returned to the historic Chaplin Theater at the 104-year-old Raleigh Studios in Hollywood in February 2020 to celebrate the biggest awards show of the year!
LAHTF returned to Hollywood's world famous TCL CHINESE THEATRE in October 2019 with our signature ALL ABOUT behind-the-scenes tour.
Patrons were treated to exclusive backstage access, insight into historic preservation techniques, and even a Q&A with top experts from IMAX!
The legendary Earl Carroll Theatre announces a new tenant and lease on life.
LAHTF is thrilled to see a new tenant announced for the historic Earl Carroll Theatre. After working with the property owners behind the scenes for the last 18 months to secure a new tenant for the legendary venue, we couldn’t be more excited to see the tradition of entertainment continuing upon completion of the planned restoration. In the coming weeks, we look forward to hearing more and seeing a broader scope of plans for the restoration work being laid out by their team.
Historic-Cultural Monument status granted for the Million Dollar Theatre.
On July 2nd the City Council voted unanimously to grant Historic-Cultural Monument status to the Million Dollar Theatre.
LAHTF is grateful to the owners, Langdon Street Capital, for their forward-thinking application which will help preserve and protect Sid Grauman’s groundbreaking 1918 theatre for future generations. We were happy to support the application and speak in favor of it when presented to the Cultural Heritage Commission for consideration.
UPDATE 17 June, 2019 – Star Theater is demolished.
It is a dark day in La Puente. S. Charles Lee’s one-of-a-kind Star Theater was demolished this morning to make way for 22 condos. LAHTF is working behind the scenes to try to save the Star Sign, but the theatre is gone.
The architects for CAP UCLA’s renovation of the Crest Theatre were announced today, 25th March 2019.
CAP UCLA notes that BAR Architects has a deep-rooted connection to the Crest Theatre dating back to the late 1980s when they were selected by Disney to renovate the 1940s theatre.
LAHTF will continue to consult with the CAP UCLA team as plans evolve.
To read the CAPU UCLA press release click here.
On Sunday 24th February LAHTF screened the world's most famous film awards show LIVE in the Chaplin Theater at the historic Raleigh Studios in Hollywood!