The Orpheum Theatre is a performing center that was built in 1927 and it is situated in Sioux City, the state Iowa, and it is also called Orpheum Electric Building as well as New Orpheum Theatre. When it was built, it was a movie palace and vaudeville, and it was renovated in 1999. The center is taken as home by the Sioux City Symphony Orchestra.


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Sioux City Symphony: Ryan Haskins - The Amadeus Experience
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Orpheum Theatre 528 Pierce Street, Sioux City, IA, 51101

Over decades, the Orpheum Theatre has witnessed several remodels but lately, it has returned to life for the efforts of a devoted restoration staff experts as well as craftspeople. In 1982, the center was divided into two sections as 2 small movie houses that remain in operation until 1992, the year when the theater went dark.

With the expertise of architect Ed Storm, the reconstruction began in 1999 with a cost of approximately million. The reconstruction took 4 months to be completed. And in 2001, the theater was reopened again. And after the renovation, it has become as if ripped out of an old black-and-white movie.

It was in September 15th 2001 that the center was opened publicly. And since then, it was a scene of several performances and it hosted big names such as Bob Dylan, Sheryl Crow, Bill Cosby, Olivia Newton-John, David Copperfield, Wynton Marsalis and the list goes long. The Orpheum Theatre was included in the list of National Historic Places in 2000.

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