Trylon Theater Feature: Reserve Now!

posted by NativeForestHiller on November 7, 2007 at 8:50 am

REGO PARK, QUEENS, NY — The Theater Historical Society of America’s publication, Marquee (2nd quarter 2007) features a detailed history, architectural analysis, and narrative on the Trylon Theater (98-81 Queens Boulevard, Forest Hills, NY). It also features interviews with the son of architect Joseph Unger, patrons, community residents, and historians. The author is Michael Perlman, Chairman of the Committee To Save The Trylon Theater.

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Now’s your opportunity to own a piece of history for a theater paying homage to the 1939 World’s Fair, which was referred to as “The Theater of Tomorrow.”

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