Theatre Historical Society of America is blogging with Cinema Treasures!
Theatre Historical Society of America is blogging with Cinema Treasures. During the last few months we have welcomed a new Programs Director and a new Development and Marketing Director. We are also excited to share that our Archives Director and his wife have welcomed their first child. While the first quarter of 2015 has been a little quiet on the blog, it has been an exciting time of growth and opportunity at THS that we are thrilled to begin sharing today.
The THS archives and Cinema Treasures website are a wonderful combination of resources for historic theatre enthusiasts. Along with the beautiful photographs and overviews of so many theatres here at Cinema Treasures, you can find complimentary materials that celebrate and document historic theatres at the THS online archives.
“Cinema Treasures does such a remarkable job of curating tremendous information about historic theaters. We at THS are so pleased to work together promoting these wonderful places and to bring attention to their social history and relevance as cultural assets. We all enjoy historic theatres and embrace the opportunity to share their stories with a wider audience. Hopefully this blog and our combined enthusiasm will encourage communities to preserve more historic theatres and inspire people to visit the ones in their neighborhood and around the world.” – Richard Fosbrink, THS Executive Director.
Here at THS our team is looking forward to sharing our perspectives and to hearing from you about the theatres you love.
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