The Pantages Theatre of Tacoma is one of the cultural crown jewels of Washington State. Greek immigrant-turned-impresario Alexander Pantages opened it in January 1918, with a little assistance from his mistress and business partner in the Gold Rush era, “Klondike Kate” Rockwell. Sparing no expense, it was decorated in the style that came to be known as Pantages Greek by Seattle architect B. Marcus Priteca, whose inspiration was Marie Antoinette's little pied-à-terre, the Palace of ...

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