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  2. Sight & Sound Theatres - Wikipedia

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    Sight & Sound Theatres. Sight & Sound Theatres is an entertainment company that produces Bible stories live on stage. Based in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Sight & Sound operates two theaters: one in Ronks, Pennsylvania (formerly known as the Millennium Theatre) and the second in Branson, Missouri. Each year, more than a million people from ...

  3. Fulton Opera House - Wikipedia

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    October 11, 1952 [1] The Fulton Opera House, also known as the Fulton Theatre or simply The Fulton, is a League of Regional Theatres class B regional theater located in historic downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It is reportedly the oldest working theatre in the United States. [4] It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1964.

  4. Lancaster Symphony Orchestra - Wikipedia

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    The Lancaster Symphony Orchestra is a local orchestra in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It performs year-round at the city's historical Fulton Opera House and consists of many highly talented musicians from around the area. It is a member of the American Symphony Orchestra League and is a class 5 orchestra with a budget that exceeds $1 million per year.

  5. The Chameleon Club - Wikipedia

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    History. Founded by Rich Ruoff and Alexandra Brown in 1985, the Chameleon Club was originally located in the back room of a prominent fine dining restaurant called Tom Paine's in honor of Thomas Paine. At its conception, the small approximately 100 person capacity room offered performances of live, original music in Lancaster.

  6. Mishler Theatre - Wikipedia

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    History. It was designed by Albert E. Westover and built by local theatre owner and manager Isaac Charles Mishler and opened on February 15, 1906. Nine months later, the neighboring Rothert building caught fire, which quickly spread to the theater, destroying the interior. The theater was rebuilt and re-opened in 1907.

  7. Benedum Center - Wikipedia

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    The Benedum Center for the Performing Arts (formerly the Stanley Theatre) is a theater and concert hall located at 237 7th Street in the Cultural District of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Designed by the Philadelphia architectural firm Hoffman-Henon, it was built in 1928 as the Stanley Theatre. The former movie palace was renovated and reopened as ...

  8. State Theatre (Easton, Pennsylvania) - Wikipedia

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    State Theatre (Easton, Pennsylvania) /  40.69139°N 75.21250°W  / 40.69139; -75.21250. The State Theatre, officially known as the State Theatre Center for the Arts, is a 1,500-seat, historic, American theater that is located in the City of Easton, Northampton County, Pennsylvania . It was added to the National Register of Historic Places ...

  9. The Pavilion at Star Lake - Wikipedia

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    23,000. Construction. Broke ground. 1989. Opened. June 17, 1990. The Pavilion at Star Lake, originally Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheater, is an outdoor amphitheater near Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, United States, 25 miles (40 km) west of Pittsburgh. [1] The venue holds approximately 23,000 fans: 7,100 in a reserved-seating, open-air pavilion and ...