Try the Theatre Historical Society of America(http://www.historictheatres.org/)
I didn't see any pics of the Brighton at the Theatre Historical Society of America website. Any other resources anyone knows of?
Brighton Ballet Theater was created in 1987.
According the the Cinema Treasures webite, here are the oldest movie theatres on the southwest side that I know of and the year they opened: Marquette Theater - 1917 (at 63rd and Kedzie) Colony Theater - 1926 (at 59th and Kedzie) Brighton Theater - 1929 (in Brighton Park on Archer Ave.) Ramova Theater - 1929 (at 35th and Halsted)
Chicago Shakespeare Theater was created in 1974.
Chicago Opera Theater was created in 1974.
﻿The theater can be viewed from outside. There is no access to the interior.
The Chicago Theatre is on State Street.
Probably Rudolph Valentino who was Paramount's biggest star. The Chicago Theater was part of the Paramount franchise.
The Cadillac Theater in Chicago is located at 151 West Randolph Street between LaSalle Street and Wacker Drive. Concerts and musical theater are among the offerings at the Cadillac Theater.
at the Biograph Theater in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood
There are several websites where an individual could find theater jobs in Chicago. Examples would include League of Chicago Theatres, Backstage Jobs, and Chicago Artists Resource.
There are many tuta's, like Tuta, Chicago. It is a theater ther called " Tuta Theater Chicago." Theres also such thing as Tuta Health Care.