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A Broadway in Chicago outlet, The Cadillac Palace is an opulent theater built in 1926 for the vaudeville's Orpheum Circuit.
A Broadway in Chicago outlet, The Cadillac Palace is an opulent theater built in 1926 for the vaudeville's Orpheum Circuit. Designed by the Rapp brothers, the theater's French Baroque interiors have been inspired by the Fountainebleau and the Palace of Versailles. With huge decorative mirrors, rose-marbled walls, crystal chandeliers, and gold leaf ornamentation, the glossed up theatre with 2300 seats per show features high-profile productions.
151 West Randolph Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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