GALA (Grupo de Artistas Latinoamericanos) Hispanic Theatre is a National Center for Latino Performing Arts in the nation's capital. Since 1976 GALA has been promoting and sharing the Latino arts and cultures with a diverse audience, creating work that speaks to communities today, and preserving the rich Hispanic heritage for generations that follow. By developing and producing works that explore the breadth of Latino performing arts, GALA provides opportunities for the Latino artist, educates youth, and engages the entire community in an exchange of ideas and perspectives.
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The Tivoli Theatre was once one of the most opulent movie palaces in the region. Completed in 1924 at a cost of more than $1 million, it was designed by Thomas W. Lamb, a leading theater architect whose designs included the original Madison Square Garden. The Tivoli was owned by Harry Crandall, who built several area theaters, including the Lincoln and U Street. The Tivoli opened as a block-long, four-story Mediterranean Revival-style building with seating for more than 2,000, including the balcony. It was the largest theater in Washington.
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