The city's grandest movie palace opened 1922. The Spanish-Moorish exterior yields to mishmash styles inside, from Italianate to...
Harvey Milk & Jane Warner Plazas
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429 Castro St · interesting places nearby
Castro Theatre information
The Mighty Wurlitzer organ rises from the orchestra pit before evening performances and the audience cheer for the Great American Songbook, ending with: 'San Francisco open your Golden Gate/You let no stranger wait outside your door…' If there's a cult classic on the bill, say, Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?, expect participation. Otherwise, crowds are well-behaved and rapt.