Saw an amazing look alike performance at the Rialto theater last night called "Let the Led Out." Stairway to Heaven, Dazed and Confused and a Whole lotta love was excellent.
You have to see something here at least once. I don't think there is really a bad seat in the house. The lobby and theater are absolutely beautiful with chandeliers and carvings on the ceiling.
Wonderfully restored REALLY old school theater features fabulous gold leafed sculpture and decor, grand staircases, a huge organ that sinks into the stage, the coolest antique chandelier you will ever see, and great entertainment for the most part. Unfortunately, they serve THE WORST alcoholic beverages anywhere- stale wine, bad whiskey. UGH. Forget the $30 VIP drink/h'orderves lounge thing- I wouldn't... More
Historic theater with great seats Throughout the house. Arrive early so you take in the architecture before the lights dim!
We have attended many concerts here. This theater never fails to inspire us. It is elegant with a curved winding staircase and chandalier. No bad seats anywhere. Last concert attended was Perpetuum Jazille!
What can you say about a beautiful, fully-restored theatre that is in a class by itself among theaters in major metropolitan areas? Salvaged from the threat of the wrecking ball in the 1970's, the majesty and charm of the Rialto lives on through the generations. The acts vary from big names to mid-level, but the beauty of the Rialto is... More
This is a beautifully restored theater that has a variety of entertainment venues that are scheduled during the year and the size is great, since you can still see the folks on the stage even in the "cheap" seats so to speak. Parking is good and not expensive like Chicago is.
Staff was ultra accommodating. We had hoped to exchange a few words with the performers. When we arrived, it seemed there were just two local groups who would be afforded the opportunity. Since we had met with the performers at a previous concert, and occasionally correspond with them via email, Staff managed to successfully request admittance for us to the... More
Originally opened in 1926, this theater is one of the most beautifully ornate theaters I've ever been to.... and to think it was nearly torn down in the 70's. Area residents, businesses and local politicians luckily would have none of that and funds were obtained to restore it to it's former glory in the early 80's. Now the Rialto is... More
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