The Chicago Theater Marquee - From Across the street, United States
The historic Chicago Theatre Marquee is a Chicago landmark that is an iconic symbol of the city. Located on State Street at Lake Street, the theater is known for its grand entrance and facade with a giant metal and neon marquee that has become a fixture of downtown Chicago. The building itself is a magnificent example of the French Baroque style of architecture, designed by Chicago architectural firm Rapp & Rapp. Inside, the theater boasts a luxurious interior decor, featuring a grand lobby, mezzanine, and galleries. With a capacity of 4,000, the theatre is known for hosting events such as concerts, plays, ballets, and a variety of stage shows. You can also see films from current to classic films in the theater. The theater also offers guided tours of the auditorium and its backstage area. Visitors can enjoy a variety of concessions in the grand lobby. The Chicago Theatre Marquee is a must-see for all travelers and culture seekers visiting Chicago, and is especially photogenic when lit up at night.