The Orpheum Theatre – one of L.A.’s most venerable landmarks opened its doors on February 15, 1926 and still has a Mighty Wurlitzer organ, that is one of three working pipe organs remaining in Southern California. From a young Judy Garland’s 1933 vaudeville performance to recent filmings of the hit TV shows “American Idol” and “So You Think You Can Dance”, this renowned venue hosts an array of theatrical productions, religious events, concerts, weddings, film festivals, seminars, private parties, variety shows, awards shows, movie shoots, music video shoots, television show and commercial shoots and much more.
Stay in your seat after the screening for a free Q&A session about the Orpheum Theatre and its famous Wurlitzer organ!
After the screening, join us at Clifton’s Republic for pub trivia, with questions about the movie, The Orpheum Theatre, and L.A. history. Participants 21 and older gain free entry and receive discounts on drinks by showing their Last Remaining Seats ticket.
About the Film
In Jaws, the film that made Steven Spielberg a household name, a giant man-eating shark terrorizes swimmers and beachgoers in the fictional New England resort town of Amity Island. As the bodies pile up, three men team up to hunt the monster down.
Roy Scheider’s Sheriff Brody is an average guy, afraid of water, who has agreed to keep the beach open against his better judgment. Richard Dreyfuss’ Hooper (in the role that led to stardom) is a brave scientist, and Robert Shaw’s Quint is a professional shark hunter. The three put to sea and soon discover that “[they’re] going to need a bigger boat.”
Please note Tickets must be purchased with an American Airlines AAdvantage Mastercard
Ticketmaster onsale to general public: 6/2 @ 1:00pm
Ticket prices (All Reserved Seating):
$45.00 Orchestra, Boxes and Mezzanine
6 ticket limit for all price levels
Show is all ages.
Ticket are available for purchase at the theater box office on our fee free Wednesdays, from 1 pm to 7 pm.