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Stamford Center For the Arts (Official)
Architects: Thomas White Lamb
Styles: Renaissance Revival
Previous Names: Stamford Center for the Arts
The Palace Theatre was designed by Thomas W. Lamb in 1927 and remains one of the grandest theaters ever built in the state.
Originally seating over 1,900, the former vaudeville house was later converted for movies and remained that way for nearly fifty years.
Restored and reopened in 1983 for live theater and concerts and seating reduced to 1,580, the Palace has recently completed a major renovation which added new dressing rooms, enlarged the stage, new technical facilities and various other improvements.
In addition to the the Palace Theatre, the Stamford Center for the Arts includes the Rich Forum, also in downtown Stamford, which opened in 1992.
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