Situated in the heart of Inglewood's Historic Core, The Miracle Theater was once connected to greater Los Angeles by the Red Car system. Today's LA Metro's Crenshaw / LAX line will stop in downtown Inglewood just three blocks from the Miracle on Market Street.
Classic theaters throughout Los Angeles are currently being re-energized as vital cultural venues. In the late 1940s through the early 1960s, Inglewood's Market Street hosted Hollywood film premieres at several movie houses including The Fox Theater, The United Artist's Theater, and The Ritz Theater.
Built in 1937, The Ritz - now revived as The Miracle - is once again home to local and international entertainment. Featuring music, movies, comedy, and community, The Miracle Theater offers arts and culture a venue on Market Street.