151 West Randolph Street
North Central Region,
On behalf of Fox Theatricals and SFX Theatrical, it is my pleasure to introduce you to the magnificently restored Cadillac Palace theatre.
Over the years, I have been privileged to be a part of the rich fabric that is the Chicago theatre community. I applaud the City of Chicago and the leadership of Mayor Richard M. Daley, a true champion of the arts. As a Chicagoian, I am proud to be a part of the historic rebirth of the Chicago Theatre District.
It took the commitment of many people, including developers Michael Moyer and David Wisen of PalMet Ventures, to restore the theatre to its original grandeur. Designed after Louis XIV's palace at Versailles, the theatre was built as a magnificent, sumptuous showplace - yet, this palace is also inviting and comfortable - a place created for everyone.
Upon its opening in 1926, a critic of the day described the theatre as "the most ideal theatre I've yet seen in this country or abroad." Thanks to the expertise, artistry and hard work of many individuals, this critic's words once again ring true.
As we embark upon the new millennium, it is vital that we preserve our history. Our passion has been to create an unforgettable venue. We are thrilled to preserve it for our future generations.
On behalf of General Motors and Cadillac Motor Car Division of the North Central Region, I am proud to present the Cadillac Palace.
We are very excited to be a part of this grand theatre's current rebirth and continued history, which dates back to 1926. We are also pleased to partner with an anchor of the Chicago Loop's rejuvenated Theatre District. This landmark truly is the Cadillac of theatres, and the embodiment of Cadillac aesthetic elegance and technological sophistication.
General Motors is committed to playing an active role in Chicago art and entertainment. And it is always a priority for us to give back to the communities in which we work and live. We believe it is important to support what Chicagoians hold up as important - the great heritage of this city.
General Manager, North Central Region
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