This Hollywood Art Deco fixture opened in 1930 and has served as a vaudeville performance hall and a cinema, and is currently used for major stage productions. Its elaborate, ornately decorated interior has also hosted concerts from such performers as Bob Dylan, Shakira and the Talking Heads. All ages.

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