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The Herbst Theatre is an auditorium in the War Memorial and Performing Arts Center in Civic Center in San Francisco, California, United States. The 928-seat hall hosts programs as diverse as City Arts & Lectures, SF Jazz, and San Francisco
San Francisco
Performances.

Contents

1 Architecture and decoration 2 United Nations
United Nations
Charter 3 See also 4 External links

Architecture and decoration[edit] Originally designed as the Veterans Auditorium, the theatre was refurbished and renamed Herbst Theatre in 1977 in honor of brothers Herman and Maurice Herbst, whose foundation underwrote the renovations. It is entered through a foyer off of the building's main lobby. Eight large beaux-arts murals, created by Frank Brangwyn
Frank Brangwyn
for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, adorn the walls while overhead five chandeliers hang from the blue and gold-leaf ceiling. United Nations
United Nations
Charter[edit] On June 26, 1945, the United Nations Charter
United Nations Charter
was signed on the stage of the Herbst Theatre by the group of 50 founding nations, following the two-month-long United Nations
United Nations
conference at the War Memorial Opera House. See also[edit]

List of concert halls

External links[edit]

Herbst Theatre at SF

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