Annenberg Theater

Annenberg Theater

Located at 101 N Museum Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92262, the Annenberg Theater is an intimate, 430-seat theater that features live performances from a variety of performers. The theater is housed on the lower level of the Palm Springs Art Museum. The Annenberg Theater is an exciting venue for both traditional and avant-garde shows. It is one of the six showcases for the Palm Springs International Film Festival.

In addition to traditional shows, the Annenberg Theater hosts Broadway’s Best in the West and jazz performances. It is also a great place for live performances by up-and-coming artists. Guests can combine their visit to the Palm Springs Art Museum with a Tony-worthy production.

In addition to performances, the Annenberg Theater offers free Thursday night movies. The theater screens classic films for a free audience. The box office opens one hour before the show, closing thirty minutes after the end of the show.

The theater also offers free admission to students and children. The theater is part of the Locust Walk walking path that leads to the Annenberg Center. The theater is located near several parking lots. The theater is located in a downtown Palm Springs location, which makes it an ideal destination for a night out. The theater also hosts special events for the community.

The Annenberg Theater also presents ballet and opera. It also features a calendar that includes music, dance, jazz, and American standards. Its performances are well-known for presenting up-and-coming artists and performers from the “Great White Way.”

The Annenberg Center is the home of the campus arts presenting organization. The center has a grand stair and central lobby. In addition to presenting performing arts companies, the center also features programs that feature Penn faculty, artists, and business leaders. These programs promote intellectual diversity and critical thinking. The center also hosts curated performances, symposiums, and student performances.

In addition to the theater, the Annenberg Center also has a 500-seat Goldsmith Theater. The theater is designed by architect Ralph C. Flewelling and has nearly perfect acoustics. The theater also features a shallow stage for choruses. It also has an 85-seat lecture hall. The theater has been used for performances by the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra and Ladysmith Black Mambazo.

The Annenberg Theater has been praised by both artists and audience members. It has been described as one of the best venues for performing arts in Southern California. See more on this page.