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No website for this theater, but they do have a Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lake-Theatre/417802038300090
Yes, a big thanks from me as well.
According to the website, the Bantam has gone digital.
The first street name should be STATE, not Statye.
This theater has been torn down. Status should now be “Demolished.”
Marquee was shown on an episode of the “Forensic Files” reality TV show.
After the digital conversion last year, a platter and 35mm projector have been put on display in the lobby. I’ve added pictures of these artifacts to the photos section.
Location is Highland INDIANA, not Illinois.
This theatre is now known as Rogers Cinema 7. Obviously another screen has been added.
This theater now has digital projection according to its website.
According to Al Lienhardt who is the son of the Glarus Theatre’s builder and operator, his father’s parents operated a theater in the New Glarus Hotel. That might be the one you are referencing.
Theatre was opened March 13, 2013.
The theater is now operated by the Mackinac Arts council as the Center for the Arts. Films are shown twice a week during the summer.
According to the Brauerhouse website,“Horror, hot rod, classic and killer B-movies” are shown on Sunday nights.
Has this theater converted to digital projection yet? It was up for sale last year because of this issue. No info on the website.
According to the website, the theater is currently on hiatus while the operators consider options. All activities and presentations have been cancelled.
This article says that the Lockwood Opera Hall at 607 Main was used for movies.http://www.dadecountymissouri.20m.com/custom2.html
The most recent tenant, the Lyndesfame Theatre Projects, has moved out of this theatre.
1940s view of the Strand: http://www.trolleybuses.net/dlh/htm/usa_h_dlh_twin_012_irm_ss_01.htm