|Address||334 South Street|
|Owned by||Live Nation Entertainment|
|Other names||Theatre of the Living Arts, The Fillmore at the Theatre of Living Arts, Theater of Living Arts|
|Current use||music venue|
The TLA, also known as Theatre of the Living Arts, The Fillmore at the Theatre of Living Arts or Theater of Living Arts, is a music venue located at 334 South Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is a venue converted from an old single-screen movie theater. It has a capacity of 1000 and is used for smaller concerts. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s the TLA was a well known repertory theater screening art house/grind house films in addition to weekly midnight screenings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. In the mid-to-late 1980s the TLA was a venue for Broadway shows, such as Little Shop of Horrors and the stage version of The Rocky Horror Show.
It is currently owned and operated by Live Nation.
In March 2007, it was announced that the Theater of Living Arts would be rebranded as the Fillmore Philadelphia, after The Fillmore in San Francisco. However, as of June 2008, Live Nation announced that the venue would once again be rebranded using its original name.
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