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Fox Theatre Pomona

When it opened in 1931, the Fox Theatre in Pomona was a decidedly glamorous addition to a small, agricultural community on the outskirts of Los Angeles County.
Photo by Annie Laskey/L.A. Conservancy

Globe Theatre/Garland Building

Built as a combination office tower and theatre venue, the 1913 Beaux Arts-style Garland Building was designed by Morgan, Walls & Morgan. Built for full-scale live theatre productions, the interior was designed by Alfred F. Rosenheim.
Photo by Trudi Sandmeier

Highways Performance Space

Highways Performance Space provided artists and activists with a collaborative space at the height of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Photo from L.A. Conservancy archives

Lincoln Theatre

Opened in 1927, the Lincoln Theatre is the last remaining theatre in Los Angeles that catered specifically to the African American community.
Photo by Laura Dominguez/L.A. Conservancy

Merced Theatre

Known for its masked balls at the turn of the twentieth century, the Merced Theatre is one of the oldest remaining LGBTQ spaces in Los Angeles.
Photo by Jacques Garnier

Miles Playhouse

John Byers designed this playhouse, dedicated to the young men and women of Santa Monica.

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