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  • Halls, Opera Houses and Theaters
    • Acrobatic Theater
        • The Simpsons attend an acrobatic performance while in China. "The show ain't over 'til the thin man in drag shrieks" (Season 16 episode Goo Goo Gai Pan)
    • Albuquerque Theater
        • Mr. Smithers travels to New Mexico to stage his Malibu Stacy musical production. (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity)
    • Anis Theater
        • The Blissfield Rotary Club presents Wicked Live at the Anis Theater. "Get your tickets before they fly away"
    • Berlin National Theater
        • Theater where the Muppets perform in Berlin, next door to the National Treasure Museum, which Dominic and Constantine rob.
    • Big T Theatre
        • Music venue in Springfield, featuring Ice-T with Booker-T in concert. One of the big T's in Springfield shown when the Springfield Cat Burglar reveals that he hid all the money he stole under a big T in Springfield. (Season 5 episode Homer the Vigilante)
    • The Blue Barn Theater
        • Small town theater. Ruth: "I've done a bunch of plays in Omaha, at a little spot called the Blue Barn Theatre." (Pilot episode)
    • City Theater
        • Location of the Yahoo Serious Festival, a movie festival from the Down Under fad in America. (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia)
    • City Theatre
        • Then the bell rings and we walk in a straight column to the City Theatre for three hours of Social Recreation. There a play is shown upon the stage, with two great choruses from the Home of the Actors, which speak and answer all together, in two great voices. The plays are about toil and how good it is. Then we walk back to the Home in a straight column. The sky is like a black sieve pierced by silver drops that tremble, ready to burst through. The moths beat against the street lanterns. We go to our beds and we sleep, till the bell rings again. The sleeping halls are white and clean and bare of all things save one hundred beds.
    • The Conjurer's Castle
        • Magic theater where Ned's twin brothers perform as Two for the Show in Season 2 episode 6 Oh Oh Oh... It's Magic.
    • Dublin Theater
        • Theater where the Muppets perform while Dominic and Constantine rob the Irish National Bank.
    • East Side Theater
        • Theater playing Frank Sinatra's Anchors Aweigh in New York 1945 simulation. (Season 2 episode Deflectors)
    • Ford's Snake Theater
        • Theater on Snake Planet, seen in flashback when snakes from the future travel back to 1865 to prevent the assassination of snake Abraham Lincoln. (Season 4 episode Rattlesnake Ricklactica)
    • GayMa Theater
        • Theater shown when GOB tells Tony Wonder that he was responsible for the Mafia guys canceling his contract, because he offered them a better contract. (Season 5 episode The Fallout)
    • Glendale Community Theater
        • Where Alison tells Felix she was in a production of Steel Magnolias (Season 1 episode 4)
    • Gotham Opera House
        • During the opening credits, the original Nite Owl rescues Thomas and Martha Wayne from a mugger outside the Gotham Opera House, preventing the need for Bruce Wayne to become Batman in this universe.
    • Hanning Playhouse
        • Leon passes on his friend's invitation to see a movie called Metal Eyes in order to catch the last performance of a one-woman show at the Hanning Playhouse called Simplectic, which is a monologue in verse. (Story: Understand)
    • Howell Hall
        • Music hall, site of The Royal Light Orchestra concert.
    • Jalanda Forum
        • Musician Varani asks Kira about rebuilding the Jalanda Forum, necessary for Bajorans to reclaim their artistic heritage. (Season 2 episode Sanctuary)
    • The Kabuki Theater Of Osaka
        • Billboard on the Japanese army base with picture of a costumed character that looks like Blake in Season 5 episode 1 A New Hope.
    • Lilli Langtry Theater
        • Theater in Mr. Burns' mansion, location of the Burns' Heir Auditions. (Season 5 episode Burns' Heir)
    • The Little Branch
        • During his audition, aspiring actor Harry Pine mentions having performed for the casting director before, for a production of MacBeth off Broadway at a theater called The Little Branch. (Season 2 episode The Who of You)
    • Little Theatre
        • Mr. Fox opens a file during his master plan presentation to Kylie, containing a City of Great Harrowsford complaint form that was filed by B.E. Jones, a resident living on Lewis Street, on June 19, 2008, regarding an incident in front of the Little Theatre on Duke Street. Later, during the battle, some of the animals' fire pinecone grenades land on the roof of the theatre.
    • Lower Loxley Hall
        • Large 300-year-old country house located just outside Ambridge.
    • Massoni Theater
        • Abandoned theater in Promise City, Jordan Collier's new sanctuary for Promicin positive people in Seattle. (Season 4 episode Till We Have Built Jerusalem)
    • Metropolis Playhouse
        • Whitney surprises Lana with tickets to Our Town at the Metropolis Playhouse. (Season 1 episode Crush)
    • Monarch Theater
        • Batman gets emotional staring at a picture of him and his parents in front of the Monarch Theater, near Crime Alley, presumably the night his parents were killed.
    • National Opera House
        • Site of the siege in Kyiv, Ukraine. Filmed at the Linnahall, Kalasadama 4, the venue built for the 1980 Moscow Olympics on the coast of Tallinn Bay.
    • New Shanghai Opera House
        • Where Charlotte reunites with Anton and Paloma, and meets Lizzie.
    • Nocturn Opera House
        • There's a framed poster on the wall at Florence Zimmerman's house for Izard and Barnavelt's appearance at the Nocturn Opera House on Friday, September 3.
    • NY Arcade
        • Theater from the scene when time traveling cowboy Joe Caswell stumbled down the busy New York City street, featuring a water show. (episode Execution)
    • Old York Opera House
        • Opera house in the village where Demona says she will be waiting with the antidote to the poison she believes she has injected into Elisa. (Season 1 episode Long Way to Morning)
    • Opa-Locka Steak Playhouse
        • Jeffrey Anderson stars as Willy Loman in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman at the Opa-Locka Steak Playhouse from November 3 thru December 21.
    • Opera House
        • Generic theater in the movie The Poke of Zorro, the movie that the Simpsons watch at Springfield Googolplex Theaters. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • Palace
        • Different theaters, from various episodes.
        • Theater in the famous Shelbyville Theater District. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
        • Theater in Capital City, featuring the brand new multimillion dollar musical Stop the Planet of the Apes, I want to Get Off! starring Troy McClure. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Pawnee Amphitheater
        • Leslie takes the department camping to brainstorm ideas for their next project following the Harvest Festival. Tom's idea is to build an amphitheater. (Season 3 episode Camping)
    • Radio City Music Room
        • Location of The Simpsons spin-off TV show The Simpson Family Smile-Time Variety Hour. (Season 8 episode Simpsons' Spin-Off Showcase)
    • The Roundabout
        • Theater putting on Diane's play in Seattle (Season 3 episode The Show Where Diane Comes Back)
    • Royal's Magisterial
        • Location of art auction that Doug Judy's murderer brother George Judy robs. (Season 4 episode The Fugitive Part Two)
    • The Royce Theater
        • Dylan's friend buys him tickets to a production called Beginnings: An Aerial Ballet at the Royce Theater.
    • Savoy Theatre
        • Booth Templeton stars in the The Angry Lovers, a play by Spencer Coombs, at the Savoy Theatre. (episode The Trouble with Templeton)
    • The Shelbyville Mid-Size Venue
        • Marquee: The Shelbyville Mid-Size Venue presents The Be Sharps. Special added attraction Gary Glacier.(Season 5 episode Homer's Barbershop Quartet - deleted scene)
    • The Shire Theatre
        • Where Nathan buys tickets to see a show in Season 3 episode 3 The Farmer.
    • Springfield Amphitheater
        • Local venue featuring the Laugh til You Care Comedy Festival. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • The Springfield Bowl
        • Ned takes his new movie star girlfriend to the Springfield Bowl for a John Williams concert. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Springfield Civic Center
        • Local event center in Springfield, from various episodes.
        • Location of the ceremony where Homer receives the Montgomery Burns Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Excellence. (Season 3 episode Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)
        • Location of the Annual Cartoon Awards ceremony. (Season 4 episode The Front) Charity Bachelor Auction. (Season 9 episode The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilans)
        • The Rolling Stones headline the Concert for Planet Hollywood at the Springfield Civic Center. (Season 14 episode How I Spent My Strummer Vacation)
    • Springfield Coliseum
        • Event center in Springfield.
        • Location of the Spinal Tap concert in Springfield. (Season 3 episode The Otto Show)
        • Site of the Hi & Lois Signing, which Comic Book Guy mentions to Bart when Bart shows up at the Android'd Dungeon to buy back his soul. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
        • Tatum vs. Simpson: Payback (Season 8 episode The Homer They Fall)
        • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. "No gang colors (except red)" (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Springfield Concert Hall
        • After a humiliating trip to the famous Shelbyville Theater District, Marge convinces the Springfield Cultural Activities Board to upgrade Springfield's image by hiring architect Frank Gehry to build the new Springfield Concert Hall for the Springfield Philharmonic as "a $30 million screw you to Shelbyville". (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Stonebrook Theatre
        • The team heads to a metal Rock Revenge Fest concert with their new equipment and chase a ghost through the building and onto stage. Filmed at the Wang Theatre.
    • Swedish Auditorium
        • Professor Drink wins the Nobel prize in Physics. "Nobel Prize Ceremony ' Winners drink free!" (Season 15 episode Treehouse of Horror XIV - segment Frinkenstein)
    • Symphony Hall
        • Concert hall in Springfield mentioned on TV news report: "A fire in Springfield rages through Symphony Hall, The Springfield Museum of Natural History, The Springfield Arts Center and Barney's Bowlarama." (Season 1 episode Moaning Lisa)
    • Theatre Of The Soul
        • "Long forgotten midnight dancer plays her final role. The curtain falls and I'm still standing. Theatre of my soul you left in vain." (song Theatre of the Soul / album Native Tongue)
    • Toad Hall
        • Place that a woman at the Springfield Formal Event mentions, inviting Homer and Marge to dine with her. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • United Palace
        • Theater where Luke Cage fights Diamondback. (Season 1 episode Blowin' Up the Spot)
    • War Memorial Opera House
        • Snapping on his hovercar's engine he whisked nippity-nip up into the sky, heading toward the old War Memorial Opera House, where, according to Dive Holden's notes, he would find Luba Luft this time of the day.
    • The Wharf Playhouse
        • Theater in Nantucket putting on a production of a play called "Phantom of the Oprah", a play about a deranged ex-producer of the Oprah Winfrey Show (Season 4 episode The Gift)

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