Built in 1927 as the flagship movie palace for United Artists — the maverick film studio founded by Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, D.W Griffith and Charlie Chaplin — The Theatre At Ace Hotel is a loving reanimation of one of the city's most remarkable gems. Located in the heart of the historic theatre district in downtown Los Angeles, it's a delicately restored 1,600-seat cathedral to the arts, with a three-story, 2,300 square foot grand lobby, an ornate open balcony and a vaulted ceiling dotted with thousands of mirrors that glimmer like tiny stars. Retrofitted with a state-of-the-art digital projection system and cinema sound, an independent, ultramodern live sound system, plus an elaborate contemporary stage lighting system, The Theatre At Ace Hotel is a radically inclusive stage fit for our heart's royalty — artists, musicians, visionaries and cultural igniters. CAP UCLA is proud to partner with The Theatre At Ace Hotel to present our era's most dynamic and innovative performers in a grand performance space.
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