Alex Theatre à Glendale

216 N Brand Blvd

Alex Theatre

The Alex Theatre, originally built in 1925 as a lavish vaudeville and movie palace, is now home to various performing arts events and shows, including concerts, plays, and screenings of classic films. The architecture of the Alex Theatre is a beautiful example of the classic Art Deco style, which was popular during the 1920s and 1930s. The theatre has been lovingly restored, with ornate details and beautiful patterns adorning the walls and ceilings. One interesting fact about the Alex Theatre is that it was originally built as part of a chain of theatres owned by Alexander Pantages, a Greek immigrant who made his fortune in the movie business. Pantages was known for being a shrewd businessman and became one of the biggest movie moguls of his time. The theatre is also home to the annual Glendale International Film Festival, which showcases independent films from around the world. The theatre is located in the heart of downtown Glendale, a vibrant area with plenty of restaurants and shops to explore before or after the show.

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