445 Geary Street,
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The Curran opened on September 10, 1922. It was built at a cost of $800,000 by Curran and Schubert; Alfred Henry Jacobs was the architect.
For eighty uninterrupted years, the Curran has served San Francisco theater-goers with top of the line legitimate productions, most recently the incredibly long running Les Miserables and Phantom of the Opera.
Did the Curran every show a film? Yes! In 1925, the film version of “Phantom of the Opera”, starring the legendary Lon Chaney was screened at the Curran, thereby qualifying it for inclusion in this project.
But what does that matter? The Curran is a beautifully maintained architectural treasure, still operated according to the highest imagineable standards, a living example of San Francisco’s theatrical and architectural heritage.
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