The Golden Rondelle Theater is a historic theater currently located in the administration complex of S. C. Johnson & Son in Racine, Wisconsin. Featuring a radical design, the theater was originally part of the 1964-65 World's Fair before being moved to Racine. At the World's Fair the theater was used to show the award-winning film To Be Alive!. After the fair, the theater was dismantled, shipped to Racine, and used as the basis of a re-designed theater. The design work was by Taliesin Associated Architects, the successor firm to that of Frank Lloyd Wright.