175 N. State Street,
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One of the grandest movie palaces ever built, this 3,896-seat palace opened on October 26, 1921, the work of the firm of Rapp & Rapp, the favored architectural firm of the theater’s original operators, the Balaban & Katz chain.
The Chicago Theatre was restored in 1986 to its 1930’s appearance and now hosts a mix of concerts, live entertainment, and assorted special events (like the annual Glamorama fashion show sponsored by Macy’s -formerly Marshall Field’s- and the occasional movie screening for the Chicago International Film Festival).
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