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Here are some recent pictures of this theater. It is the only remaining bargain house in Madison.
This theater is a 5-screener, BTW.
The church and other offices are in a building at the front of the property. The batting complex sits behind them. Here are some pictures taken yesterday of the former theater.
Front view: http://tinyurl.com/2ago32p
Box office: http://tinyurl.com/25rr8rz
Holy Bat Cave!
The Crest is currently for sale.
I don’t think so. There was a landscaping crew working on the grounds the day I took the pictures. The theaters and the Taco Bell restaurant that sits at the front of the property on the highway share a driveway and grounds maintenance.
The grant funds being sought for re-opening are not necessarily a sure thing, as this article points out.
Here is a current picture of this theater.
It is now summer and movies are being shown both in the afternoon and the evening per the theater’s website.
The Tower Theater complex is for sale:
This theater was recently shown on HGTV when they announced their Dream Home winner who lives in Scotia.
Reinstate notification status.
Status should be closed. Function is funeral home. Address: 4007 Joliet Ave, Lyons, IL 60534-2064.
Reactivate notification status.
Here’s a current picture of the Old Tavern Theater.
And here’s a mailer from the 50’s.
Status should be changed to Closed/Demolished.
This theater was located at 2111 Parmenter Street, Middleton WI. That site now has an apartment building located on it. According to a local historian, the theater closed sometime in the mid-80’s. It served as a 99 cent discount house at the end. She remembers it as being hot in the summer and cold in the winter, due to its metal construction.
After closing, the building was donated to a local church, whose members disassembled it and moved it away. Some of the seats went to the American Players Theater in Spring Green, WI.
The renovation is now complete. Grand reopening will be on April 30.
Here is an article about the theater owner and the “American Pickers” show.
The theater building is at the center of this picture.
Kiddieland is now gone, closed last September. Very little remaining of the past in that area now except for the Maywood Park race track and Russell’s BBQ.
When I was stationed at nearby Ft. Lewis in 1963-64, I used to go to this theater for the latest Ingmar Bergman films like “Winter Light” and “The Silence”. At that time, it was called the Proctor. Great little moviehouse, and a nice place to take a date as well.
Try Tattoo Creations at 221 N Rochester Street. http://www.mytattoocreations.com/
The tattoo parlor is in the former theater building.
On Google Maps, it looks like it’s a church now.
According to this website, it’s still a high school. http://reuther.kusd.edu/index.html
I attended a very large high school in Chicago that had a beautiful auditorium with a balcony and projection booth, and yes, movies were shown on occasion. I don’t think that qualifies it to be on CT any more than this one should be. The LaSalle Bank Cinema in Chicago showed movies every Saturday night in its bank auditorium. A cinema treasure? I think not.