The Orpheum Theatre has survived many bankruptcies, fire tragedy and demolition threats to be one of the very few surviving movie theatres of the 1920’s. The original theatre was built in 1907 and the renovated theatre was set up in 1928 and still is a prime part of the city that features broad way shows, concerts and even films. The theatre now stands in an even more beautiful look after the extensive renovation it went through quite a few years ago.
The theatre is a non- profit organization and ran successfully for over 2 decades. One day after a lovely show, a fire started and the building was burnt down into ashes. After this, a hefty amount of $1.6 million was spent here and stood up a theatre as beautiful as a picture. The interiors were adorned with crystal decorations and grand chandeliers. The theatre still runs successfully by the help of all communities.
Orpheum Theater Travel Tips
- Prices and timings are subject to change frequently.
- The Lion King is the permanent and most favorite show of this theatre.
Entrance Ticket Details For Orpheum Theater
- The seat charges are available with the current show timing list.
How to Reach Orpheum Theater
- Bus numbers 04, 05, 07, 12, 15, 39, 46 and 78 till Front @ Beale
- The Majestic grille
- Hard Rock Cafe
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21.17% of people who visit Memphis include Orpheum Theater in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
75% of people start their Orpheum Theater visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Orpheum Theater
77.78% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Orpheum Theater