Brady Theater

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Brady Theater, a public assembly facility since 1914, is rumored to be haunted by the ghost of opera singer Enrico Caruso, who performed there in 1920. Local legend has it that it was here that he caught the cold that led to his 1921 death by pleurisy.

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Geographic Information

Address:
105 W M.B. Brady St
Tulsa, OK 74103
United States

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GPS:
36.1580870112321, -95.99534833439975
County:
Tulsa County, Oklahoma
Nearest Towns:
Tulsa, OK (0.3 mi.)
Turley, OK (5.9 mi.)
Sand Springs, OK (6.5 mi.)
Oakhurst, OK (6.9 mi.)
Jenks, OK (9.5 mi.)
Sperry, OK (9.6 mi.)
Owasso, OK (11.0 mi.)
Lotsee, OK (12.1 mi.)
Sapulpa, OK (12.9 mi.)
Broken Arrow, OK (13.5 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.bradytheater.com/

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