The Orpheum Theater is San Francisco’s preeminent home for Broadway productions, and what a home it is. Outside, architect B. Marcus Priteca designed the building’s facade to resemble a 12th-century French cathedral. Inside, the exterior’s ornate details are juxtaposed with accents, like an elaborate art-deco ceiling, betraying the building’s 1920s origin. The whole shebang was designated a city landmark in 1977. Look no further for the country’s most talked about shows, including this season’s performances of Hamilton, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in Concert and Book of Mormon.
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1192 Market St
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