420 Mason Street,
1 person favorited this theater
The (Native Sons Building) N.S.G.W. Building was dedicated on September 15, 1912. The theatre operated as the Stage Door Canteen during World War II. Following this it became a movie theatre named the Stage Door Theatre. On May 9, 1958 the premiere of Alfred Hitchcock’s “Vertigo” (filmed in San Francisco) was held at the Stage Door Theatre. From October 9, 1981 movies were still being screened at the renamed Regency III. In recent years it was known as the Ruby Skye nightclub.
In December 2017 it was announced it would be converted into a live-music venue named August Hall (named after the original architect August Headman). After renovations were carried out it opened in Spring of 2018. There will also be a bowling alley in the building.
Just login to your account and subscribe to this theater