Painstakingly restored to its former glory and the current home of the Spokane Symphany. Built during the dark days of the Depression by Fox Westcoast Theaters at a price of $1,000,000, the Theater was the largest in Spokane, at 2300 seats. Architect Robert Reamer, famous for his design of Yellowstone National Park's Old Faithful Inn, designed the Theater in the exuberant and modernistic Art Deco style. Built during the transition between vaudeville and silent movies and the "talkies," the Theater was equipped with the a full-height stage house, orchestra pit, and dressing rooms to accommodate a range of movies and live performances. The Theater featured the most advanced movie technology of the day, and was the first air-conditioned building in Spokane. The Theater is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Spokane Register, and the Washington Heritage Register. The modeler has his name on a seat in the balcony. This model is dedicated to the memory of Marilyn Seago Grossman.