Note: The pages about the Globe Theatre are [slowly] getting moved to this site. Until the project is complete you might want to head to the main Globe Theatre page on the old platform for navigation assistance. New pages include: lobby areas | earlier auditorium views | attic | backstage | basement | garland building |
The Globe was packed for the January 2018 "Night on Broadway." Thanks to Mike Hume for his photo. Head to his Historic Theatre Photography site for tech info and many fine photos of the theatres he's explored in Los Angeles and elsewhere. And don't miss his page on the Globe Theatre.
At the lighting console on the 1st balcony. Photo: Mike Hume - January 27, 2018
On the main floor for the 2018 "Night on Broadway." Photo: Mike Hume
A look toward the stage. Thanks to Wendell Benedetti for his fine 2017 photo.
The League of Historic American Theatres visits the Globe during their 2017 convention held in Los Angeles. Thanks to Wendell Benedetti for his photo on the LAHTF Facebook page.
The Los Angeles Historic Theatre Foundation is actively involved in the study and preservation of the vintage theatres in the L.A. area. The group maintains an archive and frequently supports events and offers tours of the buildings. www.lahtf.org | group Facebook page | official FB page
A view from the 1st balcony during the visit by the Theatre Historical Society as part of their summer 2017 national conclave. Photo: Mike Hume
A proscenium view taken during the January 2017 "Night on Broadway." Thanks to Mike Hume for his photo, one in a set of twenty one on the LAHTF Facebook page covering all the theatres that participated.
A detail of the frieze at the bottom of the sounding board. Photo: Mike Hume - 2017
The top of the house left proscenium column. Photo: Mike Hume - 2017
The house left box during the January 2017 "Night on Broadway." Photo: Mike Hume
One of the proscenium box faces. Photo: Mike Hume - 2017
"Rebel Bingo" at the Globe for the 2nd "Night On Broadway." Photo: Bill Counter - January 30, 2016
A look across the house from the 1st balcony. It's a shot by Gary Leonard, one of five appearing with "The 102 Year Old Globe Theatre Returns..., " Eddie Kim's August 3, 2015 Los Angeles Downtown News story about the reopening.
A Wendell Benedetti photo that appeared in an album with the July 2015 article "Globe Theater on Broadway Comes Back To Life" by Chris Nichols for Los Angeles Magazine.
A look into the auditorium the weekend of the theatre's "soft opening" in July 2015. Thanks to Wendell Benedetti for the photo, one of eight in his Globe Theatre set about the event appearing on the LAHTF Facebook page.
A look across the main floor by Alen Lin. It's part of a six photo album with the July 2015 Urban Daddy story "A Gorgeous Old Theater for Getting One's Freak On."
The newly reopened theatre's 1st balcony. Photo: Alen Lin on Urban Daddy - July 2015
The view toward the rear of the house. Photo: Alen Lin on Urban Daddy - July 2015
The view from onstage with a peek out to Broadway during the January 31, 2015 "Night on Broadway." Thanks to Erik Chol for the photo -- and for having the theatre open for the event. He still had months of work ahead before the real opening.
A look across the house during the 2015 "Night on Broadway." It's a photo that once appeared on the Night on Broadway website.
The 2015 "Night on Broadway" event as seen from the 1st balcony. It's a Wendell Benedetti photo that originally appeared on the LAHTF Facebook page.
Revelers in the house left box during the 2015 "Night on Broadway." Thanks to the Globe Theatre for the photo.
Filming a music video on the main floor in January 2015. It's a photo that once appeared on the Globe Theatre Facebook page.
If you're looking for an exploration of the 2nd balcony head to the page of earlier auditorium views. Many thanks to Erik Chol for his hospitality in allowing access to explore all the areas of his theatre. You can do a 360 degree tour of many different parts of the theatre by LA360VR on the site Matterport.
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