The beautifully restored Perot Theater, built in 1924 as the Saenger Theater, offers exhilarating live performances in a historic setting. The theater is designed in the Italian Renaissance style and was a venue for stage plays, reviews and silent films. It became a Paramount Theater in 1931 and featured first-run movies and stage plays.Native son H. Ross Perot, through the Perot Foundation, contributed much of the restoration costs in memory of his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Gabriel Ross Perot. Ross Perot dedicated a statue of his brother, who died at the age of 3, in the Perot Theatre. This statue of a small boy waving has been placed on the theater’s second floor.
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