The 2018 Valley Theatre Awards Nominees Are…

The 2018 Valley Theatre Awards will celebrate excellence in Valley theatre.

The NoHo Arts District is a one-square mile neighborhood that has 20 theatres, the highest concentration outside of New York City. That in itself is a reason to be proud and to celebrate. But the work our theatres produce is what we are going to celebrate on Monday, June 4 at the 2018 at the 4th Annual Valley Theatre Awards at The Colony Theatre. This year, publisher Nancy Bianconi will be honored with a lifetime achievement award for her role in helping to promote theatre in Los Angeles. The annual gala is an evening to enjoy food and wine, fun performance, meet Valley theatre folks and is a time to acknowledge and award the “best artists” on this side of the hill. Meet the 2018 nominees…

“This annual event celebrates the creators of intimate theatre in the NoHo Arts District and the San Fernando Valley,” says Paul Storiale, Valley Theatre Awards producer.

Valley Theatre Awards via



Monday, June 4, 2018


We are pleased to announce that based on an overwhelming amount of tickets sold and requested, we have moved the location to a larger venue!

The Colony Theatre
555 N 3rd St.
Burbank, CA 91502

(Please do not contact the venue for information)

There is plenty of free parking as it is at the corner of the Burbank Mall. Across from the former IKEA Location.

The Colony Theatre for the Valley Theatre Awards via


Here’s the list of 2018 nominees>>


Valley Theatre Awards via

The Valley Theatre Awards was created to bring recognition to the great work being done in the NoHo Arts District and San Fernando Valley, to honor its artistic heritage, and to provide a meeting ground for this extensive community. 

The Awards focuses on intimate theatre and recognizes the unique and essential role it plays in contributing to our culture. We believe that publicly recognizing excellence in intimate theater will expand audience awareness and appreciation of a wonderful theatre experience in our community.

Support your local theatre.  How? Easy. See a show!

NoHo Theatre Guide  |  NoHo Theatre Reviews