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The Yost Theater

The Yost Theater

About The Yost Theater is Orange County's oldest Historic venue located in Downtown Santa Ana.   Description Since 1912, The Yost Theater has seen more than her fair share of history -- from her days as a movie house during the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema, to famous actors meeting their fateful ends in the dressing rooms, to t ...
The Fonda Theatre

The Fonda Theatre

The Fonda Theatre is a historic 1920's venue originally built as Carter De Haven's Music Box and is formerly known as The Henry Fonda Theatre and The Music Box. One of Hollywood's first legitimate theatres, the Henry Fonda Music Box Theatre experienced a variety of incarnations during the 1920's, 1930's and 1940's as part of an entertainment district of exceptional quality and diversity. Still ke ...
Kalamazoo State Theatre

Kalamazoo State Theatre

Kalamazoo State Theatre - The renowned architect who designed the theatre. In line with theatre design conventions of the era, the idea was to create a unique atmospheric effect. The early roots of the theatre were found in the Vaudevillian tradition of performance. Many acts that frequented the State Theatre included opera, dramas, big bands, ballet, dance reviews, stage shows and movies. The State Theatre was renovated in 1 ...
Theatre Bizarre

Theatre Bizarre

Theatre Bizarre is an annual Halloween masquerade staged in a residential Detroit neighborhood. Occupying several adjoining properties, the grounds include a haunted house, a Ferris wheel and several stages that accommodate over 150 performers each year. The perform ...
Royal Oak Music Theatre

Royal Oak Music Theatre

    Originally owned by Detroit area businessman and film house entrepreneur John H. Kunsky, the Royal Oak Music Theatre opened its doors in 1928. It quickly made its mark as one of Detroit\\\'s finest suburban theatres. In 1978, programming moved toward hosting live music and comedy. Worldwide Entertainment, LLC took over the venue in 2004, adding off-Broadway theatre, music ...