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Kirk Douglas Theatre
9820 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232

The Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City is the newest member of Center Theatre Group's family ofMore theatres (which includes the Mark Taper Forum and Ahmanson Theatre at the Los Angeles Music Center). The 317-seat venue, located in a renovated historic theatre, opened in October 2004.  Artistic Director Michael Ritchie selects classics, world premieres, and original musicals to broaden the audience and artistic range of the venue.   

Annually, Center Theatre Group has the option to offer dates at the Kirk Douglas Theatre for use by Culver City-based community and cultural organizations. This is made possible through The Kirk Douglas Theatre Community Access Program, which was developed as part of the lease arrangement for the theatre.  

For more information about the program, contact Susan Obrow at 310-253-5762. 

Santa Maria BBQ
9552 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232
Santa Maria BBQ is a pleasant restaurant on the corner of Washington and Culver boulevards, down the street from theMore Kirk Douglas Theatre. The restaurant specializes in Santa Maria-style barbecue cuisines, and has been in business in Culver City for over 20 years. Burgers, steaks and ribs are available, along with seafood, sandwiches and burritos. Delivery, take-out and catering are also available.  
Subspace Art
3855 Hughes Ave, Culver City, CA 90232

Subspace Art is the latest addition to Culver City's thriving and growing creative scene. The gallery features worksMore by known and rising artists in a variety of traditional and contemporary mediums.  All works are optioned for sale. Exhibits run for 45 days with new shows starting every two months.

Subspace art is located next door to the iconic Ed Massey building and across from Sony Studios and the historic Kirk Douglas Theatre in downtown Culver City. Without the overhead costs associated with traditional galleries, they are able to significantly lessen the cost of the art while offering incredible works to the public.

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