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Built by Sylvester and Salvatore Enea, the California Theatre in Pittsburg opened in 1920 as a premiere venue for live vaudeville performances and silent films. The elegant theater was designed by architect A.W. Cornelius, who designed other grand theaters in San Francisco and throughout California, including the California Theatre in Richmond and the Fox Theater in Salinas.
Today, the California Theatre is a resource to Pittsburg and nearby communities for Concerts, Movies, Comedy, Performance Arts and more.