Landmark Theatre362 South Salina Street, Syracuse, NY, USA
ABOUT THIS THEATRE
The Landmark Theatre was designed by Thomas W. Lamb and was christened Loew's State Theatre on February 18, 1928. Built at the close of the Roaring Twenties, Loew's State offered freewheeling audiences double bills of famous stage acts and first-run moving pictures. Today, the theatre offers the Syracuse area a full schedule of live performances by the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra, touring Broadway shows, and a wide variety of musicians.