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Uploaded a picture of the Bayview in the day.
Ritz Theatre Inc. was formed January 1, 1941. Was the corporation formed subsequent to the opening as the Theatrical Historical Society would imply?
Postcard image uploaded.
Uploaded a picture of the Rivoli in the day and during demolition from Seattle Then and Now.
Uploaded photo of the Baywood.
Two photos uploaded.
Searcher-Any family photos to share?
Also has audio description for the blind.
Uploaded image from Utah State Historical Society.
Uploaded photos of box office prior to Maidstone modernization and the marquee on the tower under both Maidstone and Regency operation.
The Erie Movie House (and eatery) opened November 22, 2014 as an alternative to first run releases. Initial there will be a mix of retro films with the hope that it also will appeal to independent film makers. Initially the venue only shows movies on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings on it’s 16 foot screen. In addition to the stadium seating auditorium there is also a concession stand, four, diner style, booths, a lounge and pinball and board game area.
It can also be rented for small events.
Uploaded historical photos from the Puget Sound Theatre Organ Society site.
The Wurlitzer organ was reported to have cost $15,000.
I’ve uploaded a picture from NJ.com which shows the theater for the brief period it was the Branford.
Although the theater is nothing more than a box it’s nice to see a traditional marquee and the actual theater name rather than just the chain name.
These theaters have become so impersonal albeit grand.
Given the wool production in the area Angora is not a surprising name. What, or who, were O and S? Street name?
On April 6, 2011 the non-profit Historic Angora Theater Society, Inc. was formed. It’s status has been refreshed as of July 2015. Since it was formed under the arts and humanities umbrella it would seem as though some sort of performing arts center has been envisioned.
The corporation was formed using a PO Box. It would be nice if Billy or Don, who created this entry, could supply the street and address number so an image might be accessed through Google.
When you see a picture of the whole building you think of the temples at Luxor or Karnak
Uploaded the logo for the cinema which boasts a rustic appearance inside and out.
There is also an IMAX theatre in the centre specifically for scientific film programs.
Uploaded two photos of the Galaxy. Any clue as to the number of cars it can accommodate? Doesn’t appear very large from the picture.
Very similar photo to the one linked by Joe Vogel, sans people, from the collection of the West Virginia State Archives uploaded.
Uploaded two exterior and one interior photo. Note: name should be Capitol Center for the Arts.
So, now that Ron has clarified everything, I’ve uploaded the photo to which I referred as the Ogunquit Playhouse before it became Ogunquit Square. When you compare this photo with the street view you can see that the building to the left has hardly changed.
For anyone wishing to check out the image to which I refer, I did my inquiry at Ogunquit Theater Photos. It was about the 30th image and shows people on the street where a performance by Maude Adams in Twelfth Night is advertised.
Doing some quick research I came upon the Ogunquit Playhouse, which is a long time, live, summer theater. The original location was the one pictured on Shore Road above. I came upon a picture of the original Playhouse, which was a one story building with a brick façade next to a two story, white frame building. This is the spot. The Playhouse has subsequently relocated.
Nowhere in the Playhouse history on their home page do they indicate other than live performances were presented. So……..