HOLLYWOOD HILLS—The Dolby Theater will add Broadway productions to its program come 2020.
On Wednesday, August 15, the owners of the Pantages Theater and Dolby Theater, The Nederlander Organization and CIM Group, announced that their venues will collaborate to bring Broadway shows to Los Angeles audiences Deadline.com reported.
“Broadway is creating captivating productions that are enjoying sold-
out runs in New York and on tour. This arrangement benefits Los Angeles and the
region as audiences will be drawn to an expanded array of acclaimed productions
available in Hollywood,” said Shaul Kuba, co-founder and principal of CIM
Pantages Theatre, located on Hollywood and Vine, is just one of the multiple theater locations owned by the Nederlander Organization. The company also owns similar venues across the nation in cities like Dallas, Chicago and Detroit, but also has three establishments, including the Dominion Theatre, in London, England.
The Dolby Theater, located in the Hollywood and Highland Center, seats 3,400 and will continue its programming which includes the NBC reality competition series “America’s Got Talent,” movie premieres and concerts.