Located in St. Louis, Missouri, the American Theatre (St. Louis)
was originally named the Orpheum Vaudeville Theater when it was opened in 1917 by Louis Cella. With such history held within
the walls of this theater there is no reason you should not flock to this theater to check out the dramatic offerings and
to enjoy the beauty of architecture that this venue holds.
Purchasing American Theatre (St. Louis) Tickets has been a pastime
of theatergoers in the area since the theater was built so many years ago, and that ought to tell you just how great of a
locale this American Theater is. So do yourself a favor and get tickets to this venue today so that you can take part in an
American institution and enjoy the pastime of culture.
With a basic chart of 1,600 seats, the American Theatre (St. Louis)
seating chart allows many fans to watch the plays that are put on in this venue. Featuring 3 bars and a 30 foot stage,
this venue allows mid-sized theatrical shows and musical events to be brought into this historical location. The 1,600 seats
mentioned above are rollaway which allows the seating to decrease to 1,470 depending on the show.