San Jose Improv
Formerly known as the Jose Theater, built in 1904, is the oldest theater in San Jose, located on Second Street, near San Fernando Street. Construction of the Jose was started in 1903, under the ownership of David Jacks, a Monterey landowner (who was the namesake of Monterrey Jack cheese). At that time, the theater was a popular showcase for stock companies and vaudeville acts.
The Jose Theater was declared a historical landmark on April 16, 1990.
- Improv Comedy Club San Jose
- History of The Jose Theater
- History of The Improv
- Cinema Treasures ranks San Jose Improv San Jose's oldest theatre
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