Majestic Theatre is located at 1925 Elm Street, Dallas, Texas. It is a historic building and has been used as a place of major musical productions and arts performance. Theatre was inaugurated on April 11, 1921, with a seating capacity of 1,704. It is owned and operated by the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs. The architecture of the venue was designed by John Eberson, and it underwent renovations in the 1980s with a cost of $2 million.
The Majestic Theatre Dallas is on top of the list of choices for hosting concerts, art events, comedy shows, and performances in general. Several acts performed in the Majestic theatre by Mae West, Houdini and Bob Hope, during an era of vaudeville. Films were added at the beginning of 1922 to the regular vaudeville offerings. Famous stars like Gregory Peck, John Wayne, and Jimmy Stewart hosted movie premiere in the theatre.
Duke Ellington and Cab Calloway were the legendary bands of that time who gave their live performances at the theatre. In 1932, 'man's house" featuring films James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart began to shown exclusively. On July 16, 1973, the Majestic Theatre closed after showing the last film "Live and Let Die." The venue was reopened on January 28, 1983. Today, it is regularly used for national pageants, concerts, dance, dramatic plays, and musical productions.
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