About The Hayworth THEATRE
Declared an LA cultural-historic landmark in 1981, The Hayworth building has been a creative hub for close to a century. It opened as The Masque Theater in 1926, and became home to one of the first tiki bars (The Vagabond’s House), and in the 1980’s and 90’s it was restored by the The Rita Hayworth Theatre Company as LA’s premiere revival movie house. With it’s spacious lobby with bar, performer greenrooms backstage, and gorgeous 200 seat theater, The Hayworth is a gem that deserves this rebirth. The history extends next door, as it is adjacent to La Fonda de Los Camperos, the first mariachi restaurant in the world and a staple of LA culture.