Zephyr Theatre

7456 Melrose Avenue
West Hollywood, CA 90046

323-653-4667

Mission

To produce readings and high-quality productions of plays written by talented new or established playwrights, as well as to provide a rental space for theatre companies and independent producers.

The History Of The Zephyr Theatre

The Zephyr Theatre, originally called the Horseshoe Stage, opened on January 5th, 1956 at a time when intimate performance bases were scarce. It has been a working stage ever since, hosting plays, musicals, readings, workshops, live comedy, and performance based classes. For more than 50 years, the Zephyr has been a mainstay of the Los Angeles theater scene and has hosted writers and performers at every level of achievement, from Oscar and Emmy award winners to new playwrights. The Zephyr Theatre is owned by producer and artistic director, Lee Sankowich.

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