Perfect for a leisurely afternoon.
Perfect for a leisurely afternoon.
Like every place in Crespi d'Adda, Teatro Silvio B. Crespi is free of charge, continuing to uphold the founder's philosophy for the village.
This grandiose opera arena has been declared one of the most beautiful opera houses in the world.
This theater, celebrated for its Western culture, was built in memory of a real life Utah cowboy.
A theatre built by the coffee bean.
We'll split the cost of the tickets to see an opera here with you!
One man's dream to create one of the most beautiful cinema's in the world.
Behind every good king is a great queen.
Walls that move with the music.
This community staple was without a "movie staple" in its first decade.
A theater restoration even it's ghosts can appreciate.
This theatre is a perfect reflection of the precise nature of it's watch-making patrons.
The first theater in the US with a convertible audience space.AWA Visted Here
When this Denver suburb voted to build a gleaming arts center all its own, the whole town was on the edge of its seat to see whether it would be a smash hit… or a total flop.
Coming from a long tradition of public outdoor performance spaces, This amphitheater rocks.
From Neorealism to Giallo, the arthouse film is celebrated at this multipurpose theater and gathering space dedicated to cinema.
Like the best compositions, this conservatory's story began with the humility of a single note, then built and built until something truly beautiful was born…AWA Visted Here
A modern theater that once was packed full of moviegoers hoping to"phone home."
This arts building was built as a private residence, and yet spent the last 200 years as a governmental building.
A downtown theater resurrected by a determined group of individuals.AWA Visted Here
Madrid’s famed theater is sure to hook you with its beaming brick-orange facade, then reel you in with its story of renaissance, resistance, and rebirth.
Change before you have to, they say. For this historic theater? Lesson learned.
Venice's "The Phoenix" Theater has literally burned and risen from the ashes - multiple times.
This historic theater was almost turned into a fast food chain.
This theater has made a name for itself playing movies that won't get played anywhere else, and even teamed up with a local brewery for a Wes Anderson themed beer.
Step into this historic palace for the arts and discover a success story for the ages, starring one of the most incredible women in American history.AWA Visted Here
The small, rugged town of Grand Junction was once no more than a pit stop along the train route between Denver and Salt Lake City. Then came the Avalon.AWA Visted Here
This theater rose from the ashes of a nearby fire, and was put into overtime by another, but itself was saved from closure by a band of theater loving locals.
A fitting name for two brothers who illuminated the world on the wonders of cinema.
Built in 1921 as a movie house that can only be described as palatial.AWA Visted Here
Though billed as Knoxville’s “Grand Entertainment Palace,” the Tennessee Theatre has never actually housed any royal residents.
Built in 1924, this storied theater was slated for demolition just three decades later.
Not only did it survive the Great Depression, the Hanna would go on to become the preeminent theater in the region.AWA Visted Here
Nicknamed the Wonder Theatre of the World.
Once voted the “No. 1 Architectural Wonder of the United States”.
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