Huntridge Performing Arts Theatre

1208 E. Charleston Boulevard,
Las Vegas, NV 89104

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DGZ13
DGZ13 on September 29, 2005 at 3:01 pm

Lovers of The Huntridge,
Our great theatre has seen some hard times. From being converted into a furniture warehouse in 2001, to having the roof just collapse in 1995, and closed permenantly except for a few sparatic concerts here and there, in 2002. But now, There has been talk about completely destroying this theatre, and for one, I won’t let it go without my voice being heard. Las Vegas locals, come to The Huntridge Sunday, October 9 at 12:00 pm to show your support for this National and Local Historical Monument.

johnnybatters
johnnybatters on August 25, 2005 at 11:16 pm

I went to many movies at this theater too. It showed a lot of comedies for the youngsters. There were those movie cards at the front entrance. The building is still standing today but I don’t know what it’s used for. I think they use to have rock concerts there.

dennislivingston11
dennislivingston11 on March 7, 2005 at 8:17 am

The state of Nevada is not interested in funding and restoring this beautiful property. It is one of the oldest landmarks in Nevada.
Shame on Cima’s Furniture! Could'nt they have found a more industrial place for a wharehouse

dennislivingston11
dennislivingston11 on March 7, 2005 at 8:10 am

MY NAME IS DENNIS LIVINGSTON II. MY GRANDFATHER STANLEY LIVINGSTON OWNED THE HUNTRIDGE FOR A SORT TIME WITH SOME OTHER PARTNERS. HE REFURBISHED THE INSIDE AND OPENED IN THE EARLY 90’s AS A SPANISH MOVIE HOUSE. IT WAS OPENED FOR A SHORT TIME BUT THAN LATER CLOSED DUE TO LACK OF PROFIT. ALSO KEEP IN MIND AT THAT TIME THE LATINO POPULATION WAS NOT AS LARGE AS IT IS TODAY. IF YOU KNEW MY GRANDFATHER AND SHARE ANY MEMORIES WITH HIM I WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU. HE DIED IN 1994. HE WAS A GREAT MAN AND CAME FROM A LONG HISTORY OF MANAGING AND OWNING MOTION PICTURE THEATRES IN LOS ANGELES.

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Crazy_Heather
Crazy_Heather on December 10, 2001 at 11:50 pm

Well as of lately the huntridge has been sold to the furnature store right next to it, and I’d just like to say that it’s horrible, the huntridge was meant to be a theatre/venue, not a storage room or a furnature showroom and I’d really hate to see it go. -Heather