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Built in 1922, this theater was designed by architect Alfred Henry Jacobs.
Built in 1922, this theater was designed by architect Alfred Henry Jacobs. It has a very ornate and well-maintained interior featuring chandeliers and an intricately hand-painted ceilings. It is run by SHN, which focuses on the usual Broadway classics.
445 Geary Street, San Francisco, CA, United States
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