Shea’s Performing Arts Center, a National Historic Site, is Buffalo’s premier theatre with its elaborate architecture and stunning interior decor. Designed by architects C.W. and George L. Rapp, this building boasts interior designed by Tiffany Studios featuring a Neo-Spanish Baroque design and is modeled after a European opera house. It originally opened in 1926 as a movie house under the direction of Mr. Michael Shea. Since then, the theatre continues to be maintained and restored to its original grandeur.
Address: 646 Main Street