Did you mean: Greek Theatre?
Web Results
10 Events Found
April 14 - 6:30 PM
Idina Menzel - The Greek Theatre (Los Angeles, CA) 496 Tickets Available ($62-$694)
April 21 - 6:30 PM
Miguel Bose - The Greek Theatre (Los Angeles, CA) 264 Tickets Available ($87-$687)
April 22 - 7:00 PM
Pepe Aguilar - The Greek Theatre (Los Angeles, CA) 247 Tickets Available ($105-$997)
3 of 10 results displayed. View All »
Source: www.seatgeek.com

Greek Theatre (Los Angeles) - Wikipedia


Greek Theatre is a 5,870-seat music venue located at Griffith Park, Los Angeles, California. It was built in 1929, opening on September 29 of that year.

The Greek Theatre, Los Angeles


Located at Griffith Park, this venue host popular pop, classical, reggae and rock entertainment.

Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley | Another Planet Entertainment


The historic Greek Theatre is an 8,500 capacity outdoor amphitheater located on the UC Berkeley campus in the foothills overlooking the San Francisco Bay.

Greek Theatre (@Greek_Theatre) | Twitter


The latest Tweets from Greek Theatre (@Greek_Theatre). The iconic Greek Theatre is a 5870-seat music venue located at Griffith Park, Los Angeles, California.

Greek Theatre - Ancient History Encyclopedia


Jul 14, 2016 ... Greek theatre began in the 6th century BCE in Athens with the performance of tragedy plays at religious festivals. These, in turn, inspired the ...

Greek Theatre


Located within Griffith Park, the historic Greek Theatre stands as one of the nation's most beloved and recognized outdoor entertainment venues.

The Greek Theatre (@greek_theatre) • Instagram photos and videos


"TO PLAY, SEE & BE AMONG THE STARS" #greektheatre | Los Angeles, CA.

Greek Theater Berkeley | Latest Events and Tickets


The William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre, known locally as simply the Greek Theatre, is an 8,500-seat amphitheater owned and operated by the University of  ...

Greek Theatre

www.qcc.cuny.edu/SocialSciences/ppecorino/INTRO_TEXT/Chapter 2 GREEKS/Greek_Theatre.htm

Greek Theatre History and Archeology and Architecture Listing. http://www. theatrehistory.com/ancient/greek.html. Thespis 560BC. The father of the play.