The Los Angeles Theatre

Volunteers John Swartz, left, and Richard Adkins prepare for visitors to tour the Los Angeles Theatre on Broadway. "This is like discovering treasure in an old tomb," marveled Venice architect Peter Culley as he stepped from the opulent 2,000-seat theater, which opened in 1931.

( Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times / January 25, 2014 )

Volunteers John Swartz, left, and Richard Adkins prepare for visitors to tour the Los Angeles Theatre on Broadway. "This is like discovering treasure in an old tomb," marveled Venice architect Peter Culley as he stepped from the opulent 2,000-seat theater, which opened in 1931.

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