1. Venues

The Wallis

9390 N Santa Monica Blvd Beverly Hills, CA 90210 Get Directions


The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, located in the heart of Beverly Hills, CA, is a dynamic cultural hub and community resource where local, national, and international artists share their artistry with ever-expanding audiences. Distinguished by its eclectic programming that mirrors the diverse landscape of Los Angeles and its location in the entertainment capital of the world, The Wallis has produced and presented more than 400 theater, dance, music, film, cabaret, comedy, performance arts, and family entertainment programs, boasting nominations for 79 Ovation Awards and nine L.A. Drama Critics’ Circle Awards as well as six architectural awards. Since its doors opened in October 2013, The Wallis has been committed to robust and distinctive presentations and education programs curated with both creativity and social impact in mind. Hailed as “au courant” (LaLa Magazine), The Wallis was lauded by Culture Vulture, which proclaimed, “If you love expecting the unexpected in the performing arts, you have to love The Wallis.” Broadway legend Patti LuPone, who was The Wallis’ 2015/2016 Season Artistic Advisor, described the venue as “one of the best in the country, allowing for an unparalleled intimacy between [the artist] and the audience.” A recent patron survey produced audience comments about The Wallis ranging from “amazing, engaging, inspiring!” to “fun. entertaining. educational.”

The breathtaking 70,000-square-foot facility, celebrating the classic and the modern, was named after philanthropist Wallis Annenberg, whose original $25-million dollar donation was instrumental in transforming the former Beverly Hills post office building into an arts complex. Designed by acclaimed architect Zoltan E. Pali (SPF:architects), the restored building features the original 1934 Beverly Hills Post Office (on the National Register of Historic Places), whose eight towering fresco murals are one of two sets of WPA frescos remaining in the entire California Federal Building system. The Wallis’ lobby, now known as Jim and Eleanor Randall Grand Hall, serves as the theater’s dramatic yet welcoming entryway to the contemporary 500-seat, state-of-the-art Bram Goldsmith Theater; the 150-seat Lovelace Studio Theater; an inviting open-air plaza for family, community and other performances; and GRoW @ The Wallis: A Space for Arts Education, where learning opportunities for all ages and backgrounds abound. Together, these elements embrace the city’s history and its future, creating a performing arts destination for L.A.-area visitors and residents alike. Michael Nemeroff is Chairman of The Wallis’ Board of Directors and Robert van Leer is Executive Director and CEO.

Box Office & Ticketing

The Wallis Box Office is located inside the Grand Hall to your left after entering. The Box Office will be open 90 minutes prior to the performance.

For more ticketing information call: (213) 221–3920 or visit online https://www.laco.org/ticket-policy/

The Wallis Seating Chart



Self-parking is available in The Wallis’ underground garage (450 N. Crescent Drive) with entrances from Crescent Drive and South Santa Monica Boulevard (see map). The Wallis staff members are available to assist you every step of the way from the moment you arrive to helping you find your seats.

SELF-PARKING Rates* (paid upon entrance)

  • $8.00 for Evening Performances – Flat Rate begins at 6:00pm.
  • $5.00 for Matinee Performances

*Regular self-parking rates are in effect for any vehicles entering the parking garage before 6:00pm for evening performances and before 1:00pm for matinee performances.


Please note: an on-going construction project for the Metro Purple Line may affect traffic along Wilshire Boulevard, just south of The Wallis. For information on this project and road closures, please visit the City of Beverly Hills website.

Frequently Asked Questions

During Intermission you are invited to explore, within reason, the grounds of The Wallis.

Beverage selections and light snacks will be available prior to the show and during intermission at one of their various bar settings. Food and Drink will not be available after the performance.

No. Please consume or dispose of any food or beverages other than water prior to entering the theaters.

The Wallis is committed to accommodating and ensuring a pleasant experience for all patrons with special needs or disabilities. Please contact Ticket Services, the House Manager or an usher to discuss your needs. Theater seating at The Wallis is fully accessible with elevators to take patrons to all seating levels.

Read more on The Wallis’ website: thewallis.org/visitor