You might have noticed that the Orpheum Theater now has a digital marquee, the marquee's first upgrade since 1975. It's definitely a huge change, maybe a jarring one for traditionalists.
In honor of the marquee, here's a look at the Orpheum facade through the years.
David O. Selznick's "Since You Went Away" was a first-run attraction at the Orpheum Theater in 1945.
Actor Wendall Corey, left, is introduced by Bud Widon of the Armed Forces Radio Service to the huge crowd in front of the Orpheum Theater for the world premiere of the movie "The Wild Blue Yonder."
Reunion of ushers at the Orpheum Theater.
Clarence O. Dail below the new marquee of the newly remodeled Orpheum Theater.
Patrons leaving a matinee performance of "Sugar Babies."
Altered photo of an event at the Orpheum Theater. Pictured are Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hites, left, and Mr. and Mrs. James H. Keene III, right, and doorman D.C. Pulliam.
The new skywalk between the Orpheum Theather and the OPPD parking garage gets its first visitors at a ribbon cutting ceremony. Photo by Jeff Beiermann.
Patrons file into the Orpheum Theater to watch "The Lion King."