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Now called Micon Cinemas Eau Claire.
This theatre closed in 2012.
Whose website? The Art Cinema does not have one AFAIK.
This theatre should be listed as open.
Actually, it appears to be on the Southeast corner.
This is closed now.
The gay nightclub will also contain Guest House Theatres – a two screen movie theatre showing gay-themed movies, so it looks like technically this one will reopen – just with a drastically reduced screen count.
The ShowRoom Cinema closed at 708 Cookman Avenue on October 19, 2012. A new ShowRoom Cinema, with three screens (seating 75, 25, and 12) opened across the street at 707 Cookman Avenue on November 23, 2012.
The summary up top is wrong. The theatre closed in summer of 2011 (9/8/2011) not 2012.
Anyone know of anything going on with this theatre yet?
The Latchis Theatre is listed in the 1920 business directory at 6 Flat Street. 6 Flat Street is around the corer, but is still the same building. However, the description above says this theatre opened in 1938. Was the one in 1920 at 6 Flat Street a different theatre in the same spot? Was it located elsewhere in the same building?
Address is 3156 Route 22.
An article about it can be seen at http://www.mpcourier.com/article/20120801/OGD01/708019802/0/dco
address was 446 Main Street
address was 67 Pleasant Street
Listed as the Star Theatre in the 1918 business directory.
address was 20 Rock St.
Address of 370 Broadway
Palace was at 95 Exchange Street in the 1917 city directory.
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.