Category:Golden Gate Theatre (San Francisco)
The Golden Gate Theatre is located at 1 Taylor Street at the corner of Golden Gate Avenue in San Francisco, California. It was designed by G. Albert Lansburgh, and opened in 1922 as a vaudeville house and later was a major movie theater. In the 1960s it boasted a Cinerama screen, but by the early 1970s it had declined and was showing blaxploitation films. It was restored and reopened as a performing arts venue in the late 1970s. The venue is primarly used for touring Broadway shows and pre-Broadway tryouts. The theatre is part of the Market Street Theatre and Loft District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Media in category "Golden Gate Theatre (San Francisco)"
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- 2017 Golden Gate Theatre looking up 6th Street.jpg 1,728 × 1,936; 1.03 MB
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- Golden Gate Theater facade.jpg 4,017 × 2,673; 2.37 MB
- Golden Gate Theatre - San Francisco, CA - DSC06532.jpg 4,608 × 3,265; 8.2 MB
- San Francisco - Golden Gate Theatre 01.jpg 2,848 × 4,288; 5.68 MB
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- Slava Polunin May 2006 San Francisco as the show ended.jpg 2,048 × 1,365; 397 KB
- The Golden Gate Theatre, San Francisco, California LCCN2013631831.tif 4,096 × 4,368; 102.41 MB