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Theatre in Georgia
Theaters bring live performances to stages throughout Georgia, including ballet, plays, and Broadway shows. At some historic theaters, the building's architectural details deserve as much attention and appreciation as the show. The Fox Theatre in Atlanta is one of those, comprised of four buildings making up the Fox Theatre Historic District. The Fabulous Fox was built in 1929 and features exotic décor like the Arabian courtyard, Egyptian Ballroom, and a Bedouin canopy. Buy a ticket to see a Broadway show or simply tour the amazing setting.
In Savannah, shows have drawn audiences to the Historic Savannah Theatre for 100 years. Its stage was the setting for numerous operas, vaudeville, movies, and other acts. Today the theatre is the setting for musicians, musicals, and other entertaining shows. Also on the Georgia coast, the Historic Ritz Theatre in Brunswick was known as the Grand Opera House when it was built in 1899. It still features live performances throughout the year.
Visitors to the Capital City who enjoy learning about the history of Atlanta, need to include a stop in Midtown. The Fox Theatre Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a must-see section of Midtown. The four historic buildings in the district are the Fox Theatre, William Lee Stoddart's Georgian Terrace Hotel, Stoddart's Italianate and the Cox-Carlton Hotel. Known as the Fabulous Fox, the Fox Theatre was built in 1929 – it's a premier attraction in Atlanta metro.
This incredible 4,678 seat movie palace features an Arabian courtyard with crystal stars, an Egyptian Ballroom, ornate fireplaces, a replica of a Bedouin canopy in the auditorium and trompe loeil throughout the theater. Whether you visit the theatre for a tour, attend a special event or watch a Broadway show from one of the seats, it will be an experience to remember.
Historic Savannah Theatre
Originally opened in 1818, the Historic Savannah Theatre has been a centerpiece of the Coastal Georgia and Savannah cultural arts scene ever since. Undergoing many remodels throughout its illustrious history, the theater has served as an opera house, playhouse, movie house, and vaudeville stage.
Plan your next visit to Savannah and enjoy a night of impressive live performances. Sit and enjoy plays on the same stage where some of the most famous performers once stood. The Historic Savannah Theatre has hosted Oscar Wilde, W.C. Fields, Fanny Davenport, and Lillian Russell – among the many.
When you plan to explore Georgia, you'll want to include some time spent along the coast. Near downtown Brunswick, check out the Historic Ritz Theatre. A historic highlight of Coastal Georgia originally built as the Grand Opera House in 1899, the Ritz Theatre has served as a center for operas, theater, vaudeville, and movies.
Today, the theatre features year-round live performances, films, exhibits, and educational programs. Enjoy an evening of high culture when you visit the Ritz Theatre – there are many excellent attractions along the Georgia coast, but the Ritz Theatre might just be the premier destination.