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If you couldn't tell by the address, the Palmer House is just down the street from the Bank of America Theatre.
About the Bank of America Theatre Chicago:
The historic Bank of America Theatre first opened in 1906 as the Majestic -- and has gone through a couple name changes since, first as the Shubert Theatre, then the LaSalle Bank Theatre. At the time it opened it was Chicago's tallest building and cost over a million dollars to complete.
It was one of the country's premeire vaudeville spots, and hosted acts like the great Harry Houdini. It was shut down during the Great Depression, and remained closed for over 15 years. In 1945, the theater was renovated and reopened, and put on shows that would eventually become classics such as Guys and Dolls and South Pacific.
It continues the tradition of quality productions to this day, recently featuring Monty Python's Spamalot and Jersey Boys.