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.
For many years it was the preeminent vaudeville theater in the country.
(9) 'Keith/Albee Vaudeville Theater Collection', http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/spec-coll/MSC/ ToMsc400/MsC356/msc356.html.
(VAUDEVILLE THEATER; 685 SEATS; 45 [pounds sterling] ($72.45) TOP)
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. But Father Damien is ruthless, and maybe not event the determined musical spirits of the theater will stand a chance.
When both siblings were young, they had to work hard learning to dance and perform for vaudeville theater; the money they brought in helped support their family, and in hard times dinner might be no more than a single egg split between the two of them.
I also checked out the Morton Theatre, the first vaudeville theater in America built (in 1910), owned, and operated by an African American.
Antioch's first theater opened in 1905, its first devoted movie house in 1911, and a vaudeville theater in 1928.
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.
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.