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This link deals with restoration being done at Sheas.
The link above deals with expansion at the theatre.
During the 80’s this theatre was used for concerts.
Maybe some diversity may be needed. Classic films, second runs at reduced prices, family films like they have at the Riviera.
The Dipsons have lost money for the last 5 years showing art films. Maybe some diversity might work-second run films at reduced prices, kids matinees on Saturday, classical films. Just a thought.
Theatre has upgraded to digital projection.
This link deals with a grant the theater has received
This link shows the newly renovated marquee.
The above link shows the upgrade being made on the marquee.
The article above deals with restoration at Sheas.
The above newspaper article expands on the Palace’s plight to go digital.
The twin was turned into a quad. Four more theatres were added across the hall. Each quad had a seperate ticket booth and concession stand.
This link shows a truck which has crashed into the marquee which is brought up in a previous comment.
This link deals with the theatre’s plan to convert to digital projection.
The link above is an article from .the Buffalo News about the Transit Drive-In
The link above deals with Shea’s screening of the classic horror film, “Phantom of the Opera”, with accompaniment by the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra.
The link above shows some pictures of this theatre.
This theatre was actually in Cheektowaga. There is a picture of the marquee in the snack bar of the medical complex, which occupies the site of the former drive-in.
The link above is the obituary for the former owner of this theatre.
The link above shows an interior view of the theatre.
This link looks as Sheas success as a performing arts center.