Alki David was unfazed by the chaos surrounding him on a recent afternoon in Hollywood.
The Greek billionaire was days away from previewing a theater featuring hyper-realistic “hologram concerts” with entertainers both living and dead — but the space was far from complete.
The grinding sounds of a drill echoed through the dusty venue as construction continued more than a year after the venue’s original opening date.
Yet David wasn’t worried. “This is the future of live entertainment,” he said confidently, looking toward the flickering LED marquee promoting the theater’s opening show, a Billie Holiday revue.
“It really, truly will blow everyone’s …...