Rhapsody In Technicolor
NOTICE: DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS ALL CLASSES AND EVENTS AT UCLA INCLUDING CAP UCLA ROYCE HALL AND THE THEATRE AT ACE HOTEL HAVE BEEN CLOSED THROUGH AT LEAST APRIL 10, 2020. ALL PREVIOUSLY SCHEDULED EVENTS HAVE BEEN POSTPONED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED FOR LATER DATES.
CAP UCLA - The Theatre At Ace Hotel
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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Rita Edmond Glance At Destiny
Slideman Slim & Penny Hanna - Procrastination
Dee Dee McNeil Storyteller