Milwaukee, WI: Marcus Performing Arts Center

Country: United States of America
State: Wisconsin
City: Milwaukee
Location: 829 N Water Street

Built 1966-1969 by Harry Weese. Opened 26 July 1969 as "Milwaukee Performing Arts Center". 1994 renamed "Marcus Performing Arts Center" in honour of Ben and Ceil after a large donation by the Marcus Corporation, a theatre and hotel operator. Home to Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Florentine Opera, Milwaukee Ballet and other local organizations.

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Milwaukee, WI: Marcus Performing Arts Center Reverse Text: "Milwaukee Performing Arts Center. Symphony, opera, ballet, repertory theater, Broadway shows, recitals, pop music, banquets in Uihlein Hall, Todd Wehr Theater, Charles P. Vogel Recital Hall, Harry Lynde Bradley."
Publisher: L. L. Cook Co., Milwaukee; 116980
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
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Milwaukee, WI: Marcus Performing Arts Center Front Text: "Performing Arts CEnter at Dusk"
Reverse Text: "Performing Arts Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The $12 million italian marble center, dedicated in 1969, is the home of the Milwaukee Symphony and the famous Milawuakee Repertory Theater. Halls and pa pavilion are also availabe for performances of opera, ballet, and recitals, as well as meetings and receptions."
Publisher: Aero Distribution Co., Evanston IL; Curteichcolor
Size: Modern
Sent: from the United States to Winnigstedt (Germany), 1975

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