Shea’s Performing Arts Center Parking
The Shea’s Performing Arts Center officially opened its doors in 1926 as a theater to show silent movies. The theater was designed by Rapp and Rapp of Chicago in a combination of Rococo style, Spanish, and French Baroque style. It features an interior designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany, a world renowned artist and designer. The film King of Main Street starring Adolphe Menjou was the film that was shown during the theater’s opening in January 1926.
During the theater’s 80th birthday, the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra held a performance with highlights of the program that includes selections from the Phantom of the Opera and Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D minor. Because parking in the area might be complicated when there are ongoing events, always make sure to use BestParking to find available parking spaces in the area. With BestParking, finding a parking spot would never be a problem anymore.
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