Venue Details

8562 Star Starred
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
135 N. Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012
Venue website Get directions
38 events
23 reviews
29 stars
Do not eat at the Patina bar.
star this tip starred
17 events
4 reviews
23 stars
Little Tokyo Grill, parking structure, take Right, then next Right.
star this tip starred
View all 679 tips

Reviews & Ratings

American Ballet Theatre Performs 2 Shows: "Othello" or "Mixed Repertory"
133 ratings
4.4 average rating
  • 85
  • 27
  • 17
  • 3
  • 1
144 events
128 reviews
5 stars
attended Jul 13 2007

This was a first-rate performance in every respect except for some of the dissonant music. The troupe is superb and the story of Othello was told in a very dramatic way through dance. I am looking forward to seeing their performance of "The...continued

star this review starred report as inappropriate
178 events
39 reviews
20 stars
attended Jul 12 2007

I hadn't sat up in the balcony since my high school days, but 4th row front balcony wasn't bad. The Don Quixote pas de deux brought down the house (deservedly). Thanks! I'm going again tonight to see Othello!

star this review starred report as inappropriate
107 events
34 reviews
12 stars
View All 71 Reviews
More Information


Dance at the Music Center proudly closes its fourth successful season with the return of one of the world’s most revered and innovative ballet companies, American Ballet Theatre (ABT), under the artistic direction of Kevin McKenzie.
p. ABT presents an opening night of repertory works by master choreographers including Balanchine, Petipa, and de Mille, showcasing the grace and power of its world-renowned dancers. A highlight of this engagement, ABT performs Lar Lubovitch’s full-length Othello.

Othello’s visually stunning set design combines massive set pieces with onstage projections to bring to life the unsettled and fragmented reality of Othello’s world. Elliot Goldenthal, famed composer of such films as Frida, Interview with a Vampire, Titus, and most recently at the Music Center, the LA Opera’s world premiere of Grendel, offers a score that is at times tumultuous and stormy and other times melodically serene.

Enrich your experience and join Elizabeth Kaye, distinguished speaker and author of the best-selling book American Ballet Theatre: a 25-year Retrospective for a 30-minute pre-performance discussion beginning one hour prior to each performance in the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion Grand Hall.