Grand Theater presents “Miracle on 34th Street” and pipe organ preview

posted by GrandValleyHoldingsLP on December 3, 2007 at 7:50 am

EAST GREENVILLE, PA — The historic 1924 Grand Theater which underwent a complete and total restoration in 2005, is screening “Miracle on 34th Street” as part of the Grand’s 3rd Annual Christmas Tradition Show.

The theater’s Christmas Tradition shows have rapidly become one of the most talked about Christmas events in Southeastern PA. This year the feature is the 1947 classic “Miracle on 34th Street”, being presented in its original B&W daily from Friday, December 14th thru Thursday, December 20th. Showtimes are available at the Grand Theater Website or by calling the theater at 215-679-4300.

In addition to the film, each show will feature the theater decked out in its Christmas finest and the Grand’s in-house organist, Mr. Carl Black playing Christmas organ music prior to showtime. One song is planned to be played on their 2/6 Marr and Colton 1923 Pipe Organ. While the pipe organ is not 100% ready, the Grand is proud to offer a small preview of what is to come.

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