Orpheum Theatre was opened in 1921 under the name of Hennepin, and it was originally billed as the largest vaudeville house in the country. It was owned by Bob Dylan for a decade from the late '70s to the late '80s before he sold it to the City of Minneapolis. The theater has gone through many incantations, and it is now well-known and well-respected for the variety of performances it stages. Everything from the pre-Broadway world premiere of Disney's The Lion King to P!nk has been seen here. It is now currently owned by the Hennepin Theatre Trust.