Majestic Theatre

Majestic Theatre or Majestic Theater may refer to:

  • Majestic Theatre (Broadway), New York City
  • Majestic Theatre (Columbus Circle), New York City, now demolished
  • Majestic Theatre (Dallas, Texas), listed on the NRHP in Texas
  • Majestic Theatre (Detroit, Michigan), listed on the NRHP in Michigan
  • Majestic Theatre (East St. Louis, Illinois), listed on the NRHP in St. Clair County, Illinois
  • Majestic Theatre (San Antonio, Texas), listed on the NRHP in Texas
  • Majestic Theatre (South Broadway, Los Angeles), now demolished
  • Bank of America Theatre, originally the Majestic Theatre, Chicago, Illinois
  • Cutler Majestic Theatre, a historic performing arts center at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts
  • Palace and Majestic Theaters, Bridgeport, Connecticut, listed on the NRHP in Bridgeport, Connecticut
  • The Majestic, Singapore, a historic building and former theatre in Chinatown, Singapore

Other articles related to "majestic theatre, theatre, majestic":

Chillicothe, Ohio - Culture - Majestic Theatre
... Chillicothe is home to the 158-year-old continuously operating Majestic Theatre ... In 1853 the Masonic Hall was built, as the first incarnation of what is now the Majestic Theatre ... brick building was a combination lodge room, dance hall, and theatre ...
Majestic - Theatres
... Majestic Theater (Detroit, Michigan), listed on the NRHP in Michigan Majestic Theatre (Broadway), New York City Majestic Theatre (Columbus Circle), New York City, now demolished Majestic Theatre (Dallas ...

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