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Address was 177 Exchange Street.
Address was 31 Main Street.
I believe Lyric is an older name for Braintree because in the 1938 FDY the seating capacity for the Lyric in 665. The next FDY I have is 1944 and the Lyric disappears while the Braintree appears also with a capacity of 665.
Address is 163 East Main Street. The building is now the Campbellsport Community Center.
On August 4, 1949 the Blair Press published an article about the Century changing its name to the State as of September 1, 1949.
The large two-story windows on the Broad Street side of the building also seem to indicate a theatre space was there.
Are you sure this one is demolished? The building that houses GEM Printing at 307 State Street sure looks like it is over 100 years old. If you look at the roof on Bing Maps birds eye view you can see the roof peaks in the middle which seems to indicate the theatre was on the top floor of this building.
Address appears to be 15 E Main St.
Now a live performance venue for kids called the KISS Theatre.
The theatre is actually on the corner of Northumberland St & Towanda St.
spectrum: It is still open with live concerts listed on their Facebook page.
The Amery Theatre closed down, but is being renovated by new owners in hopes that they can reopen it as the Amery Classic Theatre.
This theatre was demolished in 2007.
The correct address is 392 Second St.
I was there yesterday. It doesn’t look like a theatre at all.
Not sure this is demolished. Google Maps and Bing Maps both show it still standing at 111 College Ave, unless it has very recently been demolished.
Will: According to the website of the Palace Theatre their building was originally opened as the Little Princess Theatre in the late 1800’s.
This Palace opened in 2007. It is different than the old Palace which, although also on West Market Street, was demolished in 1986.
Thank you. I’m going to be in Troy next weekend and plan to photograph what remains.
Anyone know where in the building this was and exactly what is there now?
Correct address is 203 Vine St.
The theatre is closing on January 1.
The signs still stands as of December 2012.
The info above is wrong. This theatre was never closed for ten years. This was a new build. The Squire Cinema, which was in the shopping plaza in the 1970’s and 1980’s, still remains closed and abandoned behind the new theatre.
The theatre was on E Seneca St. There is no Scenic St in Ithaca.