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The Trocadero is a historic theatre that features indie arthouse cinema and local acts..
The Trocadero is a historic theatre that features indie arthouse cinema and local acts.
1003 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States
East of Broad St, 'East meets West'
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