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The seats, screen, stage, and even 2 simplex projectors (less lamphouses) are still there (don’t ask). There was a theatre group that was going to open it, but it fell through. The owners don’t want to change the usage/zoning, and would love someone to come in and turn it back into a theatre. Any takers? Man, if I had millions of dollars…
Hi! I have only posted once and never received a response to my question, so I’d like to talk to you all…
I am the current manager of the Esquire, and as such would have been trying to collect pics, history, stories, etc. from former employees, folks who remember, or just anyone with information. I’d like to invite anyone with any info to contact me so we can talk. My email is
It was also (and I believe last) called the Guild Theatre.
Hello! How do you know it seated 780 folks? I am a manager at the Esquire, and have a great interest in finding and preserving it’s history. There isn’t much on the theatre, and I’ve had trouble finding stuff on it.
To Chuck1231: do you have the picture that was (but is no longer) on photobucket? I would be interested in seeing it. thanks!