vaudeville theater

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Synonyms for vaudeville theater

a theater in which vaudeville is staged

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The Arcada Theatre opened in 1926 as a silent film and vaudeville theater.
Built in 1914 as a Vaudeville theater, the property still maintains its original historical facade.
Her one-woman performance has toured from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to an old vaudeville theater in Montana.
Antioch's first theater opened in 1905, its first devoted movie house in 1911, and a vaudeville theater in 1928.
Moss sold his last Vaudeville theater and dedicated himself fully to building and operating motion picture theaters.
The Rise and Fall of Little Voice Vaudeville Theater, London
Hayes has taken the plain but passionate governess of 1847 Britain all over the place, from the Edinburgh International Festival in Scotland to an old vaudeville theater in Montana.
In the late 1980s, when Albany was undertaking a major downtown urban renewal project, Culpo's school and her company--now renamed the incorporated, nonprofit Albany Berkshire Ballet--were invited to become the city's official ballet studio and professional group in residence at the Palace Theater, a large, renovated vaudeville theater reborn as a performing arts center.
Emily Pauker On-site Venue Location Date Vaudeville Theater ongoing Orpheum Theater New York ongoing North American Tour Clay Center for the Arts Charleston, W.
Series 2003A bond proceeds, along with the junior bond proceeds, cash on hand, and excess incremental revenue will be used to renovate the Balboa Theater, a vaudeville theater the agency owns and currently is not used.
18 opening of Richard Nelson's play at the Vaudeville Theater, Kenwright anticipated that the week ending Oct.
has confirmed an April 3 West End opening at the Vaudeville Theater, following previews from March 27.
Norworth continued to perform in vaudeville theaters until that form of entertainment faded in the 1920s.
Al worked his way through Columbia University - taking odd jobs in vaudeville theaters and pool halls - before earning a Ph.
The company, which manages vaudeville theaters and entertainers, did not release figures in the corresponding period of last year as it started disclosing quarterly earnings with the just-ended quarter.