Award winning dancer/choreographer Angela Todaro brings some of Los Angeles’ finest dancers to the Fireside series. Sit back, relax, and enjoy a season of cozy performances in front of an open fire in Santa Monica’s historic Miles Memorial Playhouse.
Doors Open: 7:30 p.m., all seating is general admission
Getting Here: The Miles Memorial Playhouse is wheelchair accessible and conveniently located at 1130 Lincoln Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90403 near the intersection of Wilshire Blvd and Lincoln Blvd in Christine Emerson Reed Park, just north of the tennis courts.
Street Parking: Metered Street Parking Limited metered parking available surrounding Reed Park. (2 hour maximum, 9-6 p.m., $2.00 per hour, accepts credit cards – FREE Sundays and after 6 p.m. at meters). Please read all street parking signs carefully, as area has permit-only parking.
Evening Event Parking at 808 Wilshire: Free parking is available to Miles Memorial Playhouse patrons at the 808 Wilshire Building. Vehicle entry is on Lincoln. Important: Do not take the automatic machine printed ticket – instead mention “I’m going to Miles Playhouse” to the attendant upon entry. Be sure the receive a special validated ticket to gain access back to the garage. After the performance, use the special validated ticket to swipe the card reader to the right of the pedestrian entrance at 808 Wilshire. Take the elevator down to the parking area. The pressure of your vehicle at the exit will lift the gate.
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About the Miles Memorial Playhouse: Managed by the City of Santa Monica Cultural Affairs, the Miles Memorial Playhouse was bequeathed to the City of Santa Monica in 1929 by J. Euclid Miles as a theater “for the children and young men and women” of Santa Monica. Following a full restoration after the Northridge earthquake, the Miles Memorial Playhouse is now home to cultural presentations, programs for youth and serves as a rental facility for local nonprofit community.