Harris Theater may refer to one of:
Harris Theater (Chicago)- a 2003-built mostly underground 1525-seat performing arts space in Millennium Park in downtown Chicago: "Joan W. and Irving B. Harris Theater for Music and Dance"
* one of the twin
Harris and Selwyn Theaters- a 1922 900-seat Chicago Theater located at Dearborn and Lake Street.
Harris Theater (Pittsburgh)- a 200-seat cinema and a 1900s landmark building in Pittsburgh: "The Harris Theater"
Harris Theater (New York)- the building of a former Times Square theater
Joan and Irving Harris Concert Hall- a 500-seat Aspen Colorado funded by Joan W. and Irving B. Harris in 1993.
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