History is rich on Stockton real estate in the Bob Hope Theatre. Generations of audiences have enjoyed shows and other events in this wonderful gem of a venue. Found on the National Register of Historical Places the building exudes style and sophistication from head to toe. An elegant Italian marble entry greets patrons as the walk into the lobby. Many are distracted by the intricate mosaic designs interwoven into the floor. Glorious architectural details create an exciting ambiance before the curtain even rises. A key focal point in the theater is the 1928 restored Robert Morton organ.

Inside over 2,000 velvet chairs seat customers in style. While the interior and exterior represent an opulent past, the technology is up to date with state of the art lighting and sound systems. As a smaller theater, the Stockton property provides an intimate feel perfect for losing oneself in the show. Historical tours are offered by Friends of the Fox, a volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation of the theater.

The Curtain Rises on Stockton Property 

The calendar boasts an array of varied events each season. The Classic Movies series puts old fashioned favorites back on the big screen. Memories are revived and grandparents often bring their grandchildren to see what all the fuss was about way back when. Musical concerts feature up and coming artists and those with quite a following too. The energy is high during shows with tribute bands. Laugh out loud moments create quite a stir during comedy shows and various skits. The Bob Hope Theatre is also available for rental for corporate and other special events.

Located at 242 E. Main Street, the Bob Hope Theatre is conveniently close to homes in the Stockton real estate region. Tickets to all events can be purchased on the website, through Ticketmaster or by calling 209.373.1400.