vaudeville theater


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Noun1.vaudeville theater - a theater in which vaudeville is stagedvaudeville theater - a theater in which vaudeville is staged
theater, theatre, house - a building where theatrical performances or motion-picture shows can be presented; "the house was full"
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Enjoy fresh popcorn while watching a silent film in a 1920s vaudeville theater.
The second phase of the district will include an art gallery and renovated, 1920s vaudeville theater.
Handbagged Vaudeville Theater, London; 55 [pounds sterling] ($92) top.
Originally constructed in 1912 as a Vaudeville theater, it was upgraded in 1996 and again in 2004 with new HVAC systems, bathrooms, lobby, and mechanicals.
9) 'Keith/Albee Vaudeville Theater Collection', http://www.
In 2004, with a commitment of support from the town, the two purchased an old vaudeville theater that had been abandoned for 40 years.
Ghost Music of Vaudeville" follows Roberto Callistrari as he stands in defense of an old Vaudeville theater.
I also checked out the Morton Theatre, the first vaudeville theater in America built (in 1910), owned, and operated by an African American.
For evening entertainment, try The Great American Melodrama & Vaudeville Theater in nearby Oceano; for tickets and times, call (805) 489-2499.
It continued as a melodrama and vaudeville theater for over a century.
Built in 1912 as a Vaudeville theater and vanguard of Mexican cinema, The Yost Theater has been reborn as a premier nightlife and cultural event destination.
German Moreno, who started as a janitor and curtain raiser at the Clover vaudeville theater to become an actor, television host, producer and star-maker, died at St.