Los Angeles LGBT Center

presented by Los Angeles LGBT Center · 1125 North McCadden Place · 323-860-7324

Thank you for your interest in the LGBT Center @ The Hollywood Fringe

Since 1969 the LGBT Center has being providing services for the LBGT community in heath, social services, housing, culture and education and leadership and advocacy.

Every year the LGBT Center produces various live performances and exhibitions and in January 2017 the center proudly won five OVATION AWARDS including the Best Season Ovation Award for its productions of Fool for Love, HAM: A Musical Memoir, and Hit the Wall.

The LGBT Center is a keen supporter of the Hollywood Fringe Festival and is currently renting the following venue:

The Davidson/Valentini Theater

Space: Traditional Black Box Theater

Seats: 40-50

Lighting and sound package included. ETC Element lighting console and QLab 3 setup. We also have an Optoma projector available.

Dressing/Green rooms available for production use.

There are cubes and furniture backstage of the theater that may be used for productions. Please note that the LGBT center has limited storage space for rental productions and is not responsible for costumes or props left behind.

The venue is located at 1125 N McCadden Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90038. It has access to a courtyard, which is a great space for theatergoers to socialize before or in between shows.

Tech staff provided. Please email for rates and additional information.

facility services
parking available: no
bar: no
cafe: no
front of house staff: yes
technical staff: yes
press staff: no
wifi available: yes
printing services: no
piano available: yes
box office services
box office staff: yes
accepted credit cards: yes
accepts phone sales: yes
box office hours: 10am-6pm weekdays

participant services
provides housing: no
provides insurance: yes
pays registration: no
venue website: www.lalgbtcenter.org

venue team

matt richter *
designer/logistics
maggie marx *
stage manager
adam earle 
stage manager

* Fringe Veteran

To Richard!

A world premiere from Hollywood and Edinburgh Fringe award winner Jessica Durdock Moreno. A white lady and a Latino man cross paths in the woods of Connecticut. Chaos ensues. Hilarity abounds. There may be hugging. Discount code HUG for $10 tickets.

Don't miss "THIS WAY YONDER"

Amid the coastline of South Florida, an ironclad stone crabbing business owner Ruth, takes a devastating blow when Hurricane Andrew hits in the Summer of 1991. A series of events transpire as she attempts to keep her business afloat.