“from the era of movie palaces”
The Landmark Theatre, originally known as Loew's State Theater, is an historic theater from the era of "movie palaces", located on South Salina Street in Syracuse, New York, United States. Designed by Thomas W. Lamb, it is the city's only surviving example of the opulent theatrical venues of the 1920s. The Landmark is on the National Register of Historic Places. The Theatre hosts dozens of events a year. Legends that appeared as the theatre reopened included Gregory Peck, Lena Horne, Tony Bennett, Harry Belafonte, Pete Seeger and Bob Dylan. 2006 saw Celtic Woman, Ratdog, many stage plays, corporate fundraisers and private events, Chicago, Jerry Seinfeld, Al Gore, LeAnn Rimes and the tour of So You Think You Can Dance, just to name a few. Major projects still remain. We are presently in the middle of a capital campaign to raise funds to expand our stage area so that we may host bigger and better shows, like Broadway’s “Lion King” and others.
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