Lyric Theater

819 NW Second Ave.
Miami, FL 33142
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This historic theater in Overtown was once a famous stop on the black vaudeville circuit, showcasing top talent in the early 1900s. Currently under renovation, it will reopen to a host of new shows and performances in 2014. Plus, it's on the National Register of Historic Places, so you know it's got serious historical cred.

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