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Walnut Street is one of America's oldest theatres, founded in 1807 as The New Circus.
Walnut Street is one of America's oldest theatres, founded in 1807 as The New Circus. The most subscribed theatre in the world, shows regularly sell out.
825 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States
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