Trocadero Theatre Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • Opened in 1870, offering musical comedies and traveling minstrel shows under the name Arch Street Opera House
  • Later, vaudeville and burlesque came to its stage with notable professional showgirls performing burlesque during the 1950s
  • The Theatre was refurbished in the late 1970s for use as an art house cinema and fine arts theatre
  • In the 1980s, the Theatre was remodeled as a dance club and finally for its current use as a concert hall and live music venue
  • The only 19th century Victorian theater still in operation in the United States
  • Listed on the U.S. Register of Historic Places
  • Houses The Balcony, a smaller venue within the Trocadero Theatre located on the balcony level and has a capacity of 250 people
  • 1,200 Standing Capacity, 600 Seated Capacity

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