Thalia Hall

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This historic Pilsen building named for Thalia, the Greek muse of comedy and pastoral poetry, was built in 1892 as a space for theater and music productions; it was designated a Chicago landmark in 1989. The Frederick E. Faber- and William F. Pagels- designed building originally included residential and retail, plus a theater patterned after an opera house in Prague.