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Woodland Opera House

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340 Second Street, Woodland, CA, United States, 95695
This old vaudeville venue is a California State Historic landmark. More than a century's worth of history lives here. A major attraction on the 1890s vaudeville circuit, the Woodland Opera House featured 300 touring companies and several generations of local performing artist. In the past, many have marveled at Frank Kirk, "The Acrobatic Tramp, Inventor & Performer on Instruments Grotesque." John Philip Sousa and his band stopped here regularly. The boxer "Gentleman Jim" Corbett put on "Exhibitions of Fisticuffs." Call for schedule and performance times.
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