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Theater Photograph - From The Stage by Phil Pantano

From The Stage is a photograph by Phil Pantano which was uploaded on February 21st, 2012.

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This is a view from the Historic Shea's Buffalo Theater. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the theater was built in 1925 by theatre entrepreneur Michael Shea as a movie palace and vaudeville stage with over 3,200 seats. The molded plasterwork of the walls and vaulted ceiling were patterned after the great opera houses in Europe. Antique furnishings were designed by Marshall Field (Chicago) and Tiffany Studios (NYC). A giant Wurlitzer organ was also installed. Traveling vaudeville shows would often debut in New York City and subsequently stop and perform in Buffalo before continuing to Chicago.

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