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About the Dolby Theatre Los Angeles
The Dolby Theatre Los Angeles (formerly the Kodak Theatre) was designed by David Rockwell of the Rockwell Group, with Theatre Projects Consultants, specifically for Oscar-themed ceremonies and events. This grand theatre opened its doors for the first time on November 9th, 2001 and has since remained a shining jewel of Los Angeles to locals and tourists alike.
At its full capacity, the Dolby Theatre can seat up to 3,400 guests. Needless to say, that’s much higher than your average local cinema! That’s no small wonder, though, as the building project alone cost $94 million – also much higher than your average local cinema!
With a five-story lobby and a spiraling stairway, three balconies and twenty opera boxes, a 1:1 reenactment of Noah’s Ark sounds totally possible in this venue! Not to mention, the stage is one of the biggest in the US: 120 feet wide and 75 feet deep. The proscenium is 64 feet wide and 35 feet high! Talk about luxury…