Looking for something to do with your family this weekend? Want to see a movie in one of LA’s beautiful downtown theaters? Interested in exploring part of the Broadway Historic Theater District? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this event is for you.
The Los Angeles Conservancy presents a holiday matinee screening of Scrooge (1970) in all its colorful, big-screen splendor at the magnificent Million Dollar Theatre in downtown Los Angeles. Albert Finney and Alec Guinness star in this musical version of A Christmas Carol.
As described by the Conservancy, the Million Dollar Theatre is part of the Broadway Historic Theatre District and “…was built in 1918 for theatre impresario Sid Grauman. The ornate Spanish Baroque interior was designed by William Woollett and originally seated 2,300 people. The building housing the theatre was designed by Albert C. Martin, with ornate terra-cotta sculptures by Jo Mora.”
As an added bonus, legendary Clifton’s Cafeteria on Broadway will offer a 10 percent discount to ticket holders.
When: Sunday, December 5; 2 p.m
Where: Million Dollar Theatre, 307 S. Broadway, Downtown Los Angeles
Cost: $10 adults, $5 kids 12 and under
Tickets: Purchase them directly from the LA Conservancy web site.
More Information: Visit the Conservancy’s web site or call 213.623.2489