The Gaslight Theater

358 N Boyle Ave, St. Louis, MO 63108

Gaslight Square was the name given to the entertainment district built in the mid 1950s. The district was known for gaslights and ornate Victorian style architecture, reflective of the riverboat times around the turn of the century. Gaslight Square quickly became a thriving entertainment district that can be compared to Bourbon Street in New Orleans. The Square occupies the area surrounding Olive and Boyle Streets in St. Louis' Central West End. The district was popular for music, poetry, great

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