Comfort Suites Near Six Flags Magic Mountain
25380 The Old Road
Stevenson Ranch, CA 91381
Phone: (661) 254-7700
Fax: (661) 254-7736
Located in the Old Town Newhall, Reperatory East Playhouse is a premier facility to catch up on various theatrical performances. These are either performed by local theater groups or national theater groups. Here, you get a chance to experience variety of acts ranging from comedy and musical shows to even the melodramatic ones. The stage and the interiors of the hall are well equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure and technology to provide an entertaining experience to the audience. Visit their website for show updates.
J.R.'s Comedy Club hosts nightly performances from some of the hottest local and nationally touring stand-up comedians. The club also hosts fundraisers and private events.
The students of California State University, Northridge can benefit from some great instruction in the arts from the Valley Performing Arts Center. The center, which has a diverse cultural program, makes use of the Campus Theatre for its performances.
Part of the California State University, here you can come see some of the shows presented by the school.
This cinema shows critically acclaimed films and first-run Hollywood movies and it provides comfortable seating, as well as a large concession stand.
House Of The Book is one of the most sought after venues located within the American Jewish University. The venue designed by architect Sidney Eisenshtat in 1973 is one of the largest on campus. The stain glass windows in the corridors and rooms are exceptionally beautiful. A place ideal for all performing art events, it also features a library within. For more details on upcoming shows and schedules, visit the website or call ahead.
The Orcutt Ranch Horticulture Center is 210 acre (84.98 hectares) Historic Cultural Monument, which is open to the public as a park and a rental space. Built in 1903, the structures in the center display the Spanish Colonial Revival Style of architecture. The park is a great place of picnics and outdoor fun. The facility is also available on rent for private events and programs. This place has also been designated as the Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument-31.
Part of a downtown Canoga Park redevelopment project, the Madrid Theatre puts on regular performances. The Rotary club has put on shows here to raise money for charity. The shows range from comedy to historical drama. The theater has a seating capacity of 430 and is equipped with modern technical facilities. Tickets are available over the phone with a credit card, or at the box office during open hours and can also be booked online. Visit the website for latest events.
First-run Hollywood movies and critically acclaimed films are shown at this cinema that also features a large concession stand and comfortable seating.
The Valley Cultural Center goes beyond the usual entertainment centers and strives to present cultural, educational and creative programs to the city. It hosts variety of events, programs, workshops and similar events to promote and support local art and artists and enrich the cultural life of the community. Events like 'Concerts on the Green' and 'Movies on the Green' are few of the many annual events organized by the cultural center. For more information, check website or call ahead.
Live musical concerts and theater performances is what the Freud Playhouse has on offer. Located on the UCLA campus, it seats 586 people. Home stage for the Reprise! Theatre Company, you can catch all their acts here. Other performances include Broadway's 'A New Brain'. The theatre is difficult to find, so leave well in advance to get there. The box office is open an hour prior to performances only.
Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society is a science fiction members-only club, that has its own set of laws. The club was originally founded in 1934 by Hugo Gernsback, and is today led by Forrest J. Ackerman, a legendary science fiction spokesperson. The club hosts two prestigious science fiction and fantasy conventions, namely, Loscon and Westercon. Meetings at this society primarily feature guest lectures and auctions of science fiction items. There is also a weekly forum called Neverending panel, that holds discussions on science fiction story plots and listens to fan suggestions. There are also regular events hosted, that invite scientists and science fiction writers, and there are also exhibitions held displaying a slew of sci-fi artwork.