Last Remaining Seats FAQs
- What is Last Remaining Seats?
- When do tickets go on sale?
- How do I get my tickets?
- How much do tickets cost?
- Is there a discount for multiple tickets?
- Can I buy tickets for the whole series?
- How many tickets can I buy at the member price?
- When will I get my tickets?
- If I purchase tickets but can’t attend, can I get a refund?
- Where can I park?
- Can I take public transportation to Last Remaining Seats?
- Are the screenings general seating?
- Can I bring my small child or toddler?
- When do the doors open?
- Can I bring food and drink into the theatres?
- Can I take photos inside the theatres?
- Are the theatres accessible?
- Are the theatres air conditioned?
- How are the films selected?
- Are face masks required?
- Is proof of vaccination required?
What is Last Remaining Seats?
Last Remaining Seats (LRS) is the Los Angeles Conservancy's annual series of classic films and live entertainment in historic theatres. It takes place over several weeks each summer, typically in June. What started in 1987 as a way to draw attention to L.A.'s historic theatres is now a summer tradition!
When do tickets go on sale?
Conservancy members can purchase tickets during the members-only presale beginning Wednesday, April 12. General public sales start Wednesday, April 19.
There are no printed tickets to Last Remaining Seats. Tickets will be sent by email two Wednesdays before each screening. If you do not get your tickets, please email us at email@example.com.
How much do tickets cost?
Advance tickets are $18 each for Conservancy members, $22 each for the general public, and $16 for youth (member or general public). Any remaining tickets sold at the door are $22.
Is there a discount for group tickets?
Can I buy tickets for the whole series?
We don't offer series tickets, but you can purchase tickets to each separate screening on your own.
How many tickets can I buy at the member price?
You can buy up to four tickets per screening at the member price and unlimited tickets at the non-member price. If you're a Cornerstone member, you can buy up to eight tickets per screening at the member price, but you can buy only four of them online (for more, contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 213-623-2489).
When will I get my tickets?
Tickets will be sent by email two Wednesdays before each screening. June 3 screening tickets will be emailed on Wednesday, May 24. June 10 screenings will be emailed on Wednesday, May 31. June 17 screenings will be emailed on June 7.
If I purchase tickets but can’t attend, can I get a refund?
We do not provide ticket refunds or exchanges. If you attend a screening and have an extra ticket, we would gladly welcome you returning it to the Conservancy for resale. If you buy a ticket but don't attend the screening, we will gratefully accept your purchase as a donation.
Where can I park?
Parking is available at various rates in surface lots near theatres; there's also a limited amount of metered street parking.
Can I take public transportation to Last Remaining Seats?
Yes, we encourage you to use public transportation to Last Remaining Seats screenings. The Broadway theatres are conveniently located near the Pershing Square Metro station at Fifth and Hill Streets and the 7th Steet Metro station. For details on how to take the Metro Rail or busses to Last Remaining Seats, visit metro.net.
Are the screenings general seating?
Yes, all performances are general seating, except for a limited number of seats reserved for Last Remaining Seats sponsors and for Los Angeles Conservancy Cornerstone members (Granite levels and above). For more information, please contact our Development Office at (213) 430-4204.
Can I bring my small child or toddler?
We welcome families to Last Remaining Seats! If your child is less than two years old, you can opt not to purchase a ticket for him/her if s/he sits on your lap for the duration of the film.
If your child is two years old or older, you will need to purchase a separate ticket, and s/he will need to sit in his/her own seat. Youth tickets (ages 17 and under) are $16 each.
Please note: this policy may vary from theatre to theatre as per their policies. If you want to confirm before purchasing a ticket for your child, email email@example.com.
When do the doors open?
Doors open one hour before the show starts. Typically, the doors open one hour before the screening time. The program usually lasts between two and three hours.
Due largely to theatre policy, we cannot allow any ticket holders inside the theatres (the lobby or the auditorium) before the doors open. If you arrive early, you will have to stand in line outside the theatre. There are two lines: the Conservancy member line and a general public line. The Conservancy member line will enter the theatre before the general public line.
Can I bring food and drink into the theatres?
No outside food or beverages (with the exception of water) are allowed inside any of the theatres. Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase on-site.
Can I take photos inside of the theatres?
Yes, photography of the theatres is permitted before and after screenings. Please, no photos during the screenings.
Are the theatres accessible?
- The Orpheum Theatre is wheelchair accessible for both restrooms and seating and can provide an assisted listening device upon advance request. Please contact the Conservancy at (213) 623-2489 at least twenty-four hours before your visit to arrange for this device.
- The Los Angeles Theatre has limited wheelchair accessibility and a single disabled-access restroom. No assisted listening devices are available.
- The Million Dollar has limited wheelchair accessibility. The restrooms in the theatre are not wheelchair accessible, but there are some available at Grand Central Market (located next to the theatre). No assisted listening devices are available.
Are the theatres air-conditioned?
The Los Angeles Theatre and Million Dollar Theatre are not air-conditioned. The Orpheum Theatre is air-conditioned.
How are the films selected?
The films are chosen through a thorough voting process by our volunteer Last Remaining Seats Committee.
For more information on how you can get involved, visit the Last Remaining Seats Planning Committee page.
Are face masks required?
The L.A. Conservancy highly recommends but does not require wearing a face mask while inside any venue for Last Remaining Seats. The L.A. Conservancy is following all City and County of Los Angeles guidelines, and all Covid-19 protocols are subject to change.
Is proof of vaccination required?
The L.A. Conservancy highly recommends but does not require being vaccinated against Covid-19 to attend a screening of Last Remaining Seats. The L.A. Conservancy is following all City and County of Los Angeles guidelines, and all Covid-19 protocols are subject to change.
If you still have questions regarding Last Remaining Seats, please contact the Conservancy office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (213) 623-2489.