Doolittle Theater
1615 N Vine Street 
Hollywood, CA 90028
Box Office: 323-463-0843
Box Office: 323-463-5427
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Doolittle Theater - The Doolittle Theater is a long time landmark theater in the heart of Hollywood just south of Hollywood and Vine. An intimate theater with 1021 seats with classic architecture. Previously known as the Huntington Hartford.

Directions: From the 101 Hollywood Freeway exit Hollywood Blvd. Travel west approximately 6 blocks on Hollywood Blvd. to Vine Street. Turn left on Vine. The Doolittle Theater is on the right.

Information: Located on the west side of Vine between Hollywood Blvd. and Sunset Blvd. Parking is available immediately adjacent to the theater.

Orchestra, Mezzanine Loge, and Balcony seating.

Selena - The first production for 2001 of the Doolittle Theater under the ownership of the Ricardo Montalban-Nostros Foundation is "Selena, Celebration of Life." Opening night: 28 March 2001.

For additional information see "Selena, Celebration of Life."

Ricardo Montalban-Nostros Foundation - The Ricardo Montalban-Nostros Foundation was founded in 1970 by Ricardo Montalbán to improve the image of Latinos/Hispanics in the entertainment industry. The foundation bought the Doolittle Theater from UCLA in 2000.

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Web Site by Alan Case
Updated 18 February 2001