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It took $15 million and a lot of elbow grease to restore this drop-dead-stunning, 1,500-seat Beaux Arts theater to its original 1908 glory, after it languished in post-Katrina ruin. Finally reopened in late 2015, it now hosts the Louisiana Philharmonic and all manner of comedy, plays, film, and music, ranging from Wilco to Kraftwerk to Charlie Puth.