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Droese Raney Architects did the renovations for SMG Spring Valley. It now has 12 screens and 2,500 seats.
Dallas Morning News
NCA Partners designed the renovation of this theater.
Very Interesting! This theater is a non-profit art house and they are into a two-week run of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1.
Ronald H. Banco designed the 3-screen annex.
Ronald H. Banco
Ronald H. Banco designed this theater for Krikorian.
TK Architects designed this theater for Regal Theatres.
Hurford Architects designed this theatre for Karasotes Theatres.
Meacham & Apel Architects designed this theatre for Marquee Cinemas.
Meacham & Apel
TK Architects designed this Malco. Photos are on their website.
Architect: Hodges & Associates.
Stotser Architects designed this theater for Rave Cinemas.
TK Architects designed the Sundance Cinema. Photos are on their website.
Amusing video and more information here:
This theatre is no longer an iPic Theatre and not on their website. Since February 26, 2013 it has been a Studio Movie Grill. It is now named Studio Movie Grill Epicenter. It is also on News About This Theater on this page.
Here are 17 photos of the CineBistro:
The theater was designed by a Cinemark regular, The Beck Group.
There is a thorough description of the Canby 8 in Film Journal International on March 11, 2010, by James R, Blissett.
Film Journal International
Fox Cineplex Banning
The renovations were designed by James R. Blissett of The Design Collective.
The Design Collective
The 1935 opening above probably refers to the opening after the 1934 fire.
Stories and ads from the Avalanche Journal note that the Lyric Theatre goes back to 1917. (1918 ad in photo section).
On August 16, 1934 the Lyric was damaged in a fire and was closed. (Fire story in photo section).
The new Lyric, designed by S.B. Haynes, opened on January 20, 1935, with 510 seats.
The Lyric closed for the last time in March of 1964 and demolition began in January of 1965. (History and story of demolition in photo section).
A few years ago, I was on vacation in Boise, during the summer. While at the Edwards Theatre, I casually asked an usher how many people show up for the Thursday night premieres. Expecting him to say a few hundred, he said about a thousand or more. This was when I realized how big the Boise/Nampa/Meridian market is.
Elkus Manfredi Architects designed the AMC Downtown Disney and the Downtown master plan.
Elkus Manfredi Architects
Info for Plaza Theatre:
Address: 2705 26th Street.
Opened: April 25, 1947 (ad in photo section).
Closed: July 6, 1958.
October 1958: Remodeled into business spaces.
The Century Federal Way was designed by Russell Architects. Photos are on their website (under Seatac WA).