Judy Garland once graced the stage of this landmark, which opened in 1926. Nowadays, it prefers more rock and pop acts such as Ben Harper, Joe Jackson and Neutral Milk Hotel, alongside the occasional comic and film screening. The sound, especially from under the balcony on the main floor, is fine, and the space is wonderfully grand. Unfortunately, the seats have to be the most knee-crunchingly close-set in town, and parking can be a chore (though if you park in the adjacent lot, Two Boots pizza is on your way back to the car).
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