The Historic Savannah Theatre has the proud honor of being located on 'one of the 10 great streets in America' as designated by The American Planning Association. The portion of Bull Street nominated for this honor extends from City Hall to Forsyth Park, and most distinctive are the five public squares located along the street--two of which were included in the original plan for Savannah created by General James Edward Oglethorpe. One of these is Chippewa Square, which features a range of architectural styles from the classical First Baptist Church to the Greek Revival Moses Eastman house designed by Charles Cluskey, as well as the Historic Savannah Theatre, built in 1818 and designed by renowned architect William Jay. Among Jay's other works is the Telfair Museum, built in 1819. Today, the theatre is restored in the classic 1940's Art Deco style.
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