Fitzgerald Theater

Named for onetime St. Paul resident F. Scott Fitzgerald, the 1910 Beaux-Arts Fitzgerald Theater is St. Paul's oldest. Here, Twin Cities denizen Garrison Keillor broadcasts his famous radio show, "The Prairie Home Companion," in front of a live audience.

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10 E. Exchange St.

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