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Pabst Theatre

Address
144 E Wells St Milwaukee WI 53202
Phone
(414) 286-3663
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Toll Free
(800) 745-3000
Fax
(414) 286-2154

Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
Closed
Monday
12:00pm-5:30pm
Tuesday
12:00pm-5:30pm
Wednesday
12:00pm-5:30pm
Thursday
12:00pm-5:30pm
Friday
12:00pm-5:30pm
Saturday
10:00am-4:00pm

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Known as the best place in the city to catch a performance, Pabst Theater's sound system is definitely laudable. The acoustics, fireproof construction and state-of-the-art stage amenities make Pabst a favorite with audiences and performers alike. The interiors are old fashioned, but still romantic and it is not uncommon to find love-struck couples cozily ensconced therein. On the performance...

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This ornate theater lends old-fashioned romance to modern-day plays, lectures and concerts.

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Built in 1895 over the ruins of the burned-down Stadt Theater, the Pabst was modeled in the tradition of the grand French opera house. Upon entering the hall's baroque interior,...

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Nice old venue. No bad seats unless you sit by rude obnoxious people which is not the theaters fault. I just wish the security would have done something about it. They were told. Will be … Nice old venue. No bad seats unless you sit by rude obnoxious people which is not the theaters fault. I just wish the security would have done something about it. They were told. Will be back.

Saw Paula Poundstone sat in the balcony wonderful seats. Staff was friendly and helpful to assist us in finding our seats.

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Originally built in 1895, the Pabst Theater has been designated as a City of Milwaukee Landmark, a State of Wisconsin Historical Site and a National Historic Landmark. The theater was designed by architect Otto Strack, based on European opera house traditions, and was built by Captain Frederick Pabst. The theater showcases dramas, dance, opera, jazz and ballet.

Known as the best place in the city to catch a performance, Pabst Theater's sound system is definitely laudable. The acoustics, fireproof construction and state-of-the-art stage amenities make Pabst a favorite with audiences and performers alike. The interiors are old fashioned, but still romantic and it is not uncommon to find love-struck couples cozily ensconced therein. On the performance...

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