The Golden Rondelle Theater was originally built as the SC Johnson Pavilion for the 1964-65 New York World's Fair. After the Fair was over, The Golden Rondelle was dismantled and its steel framework was shipped back to Racine, where it was re-designed by Taliesin Associated Architects, the architectural business formed by Wright's apprentices after his death.


Today, the building continues to function as a theater for both company and public events. Visitors to SC Johnson can arrange to view the Academy-Award-winning To Be Alive! and Carnaúba: A Son’s Memoir, which tells a remarkable story of family and adventure. Learn more about the company's films here.