Tour a Seattle landmark from 1907. A few facts about the Moore to whet your appetite: it's the oldest operating theater in Seattle, it was built partially for the 1909 world's fair ("The Alaska–Yukon–Pacific Exposition," whose fairgrounds later became the University of Washington), and racial segregation is the reason the second balcony has a separate side entrance.
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