Music Hall Theatre | Los Angeles Conservancy
Photo courtesy Laemmle Theatres

Music Hall Theatre

Designed in 1936, the Music Hall (called the Elite for its first ten years) is one of only a few theatres still standing in tribute to the former glory of Beverly Hills' status as a theatrical entertainment center rivaling that of Hollywood and downtown Los Angeles.

The glowing neon of the deco exterior serves as a poignant reminder, though the interior, divided into three auditoriums in the 1990s, retains few, if any, of the theatre's original features.

The building is now occupied by Laemmle Theatres.