This is one of the most historic and fascinating theaters in the country. Make sure to get there early, so you can see the bathrooms and the decorations in the theater itself. The ceiling mural and stage curtains are true works of art. They used to have films to match, but whoever is running the programming now apparently has some kind of political agenda, and all they seem to show are fringey and depressing, and longer than misery. The staff is really rude this year, and unprofessional. If you hear them saying something objectionable, make sure to bring it up with the management.
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