Category:Walnut Street Theatre

English: The Walnut Street Theatre at 825 Walnut Street on the corner of S. 9th Street in the Washington Square West neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is the oldest continuously operating theatre in the English-speaking world and the oldest in the United States. The theatre was built in 1809 for the Circus of Pepin and Breschard under the name The New Circus, and was designed by Willimam Strickland in the Classical Revival style. The theatre has also been called the Olympic and the American; it was first called the Walnut Street in 1820, but that name was not used continuously. The theatre was renovated in 1828 by John Haviland, in 1903 by Willis Hale and in 1920 by William Harold Lee.
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უოლნატ სტრიტის თეატრი (ka); Walnut Street 劇場 (ja); Walnut Street Theatre (fr); Walnut Street Theatre (en); Walnut Street Theatre (sv); תיאטרון ואלנט סטריט (he); والنوت ستريت ثيتر‏ (arz) salle de théâtre historique de Philadelphie (fr); theater in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (en); مسرح في فيلادلفيا، الولايات المتحدة (ar); Theater in den Vereinigten Staaten (de); theater in Philadelphia (nl)
Walnut Street Theatre 
theater in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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Location Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
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Date of official opening
  • 1809
Maximum capacity
  • 1,054
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39° 56′ 52.8″ N, 75° 09′ 21.6″ W
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