Laurelton Theatre

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Laurelton Theater

Laurelton Theatre

Laurelton, NY

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Taken on: February 22, 2006

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Laurelton Theatre

Stucco wall and entrance door were added by church to move doorway forward to the building’s lot line and enclose original outer vestibule. Just inside that entrance, is another set of glass doors where the original doorways were located (I don’t believe the doors are original to theater’s construction, but likely date back to the theater’s later years of operation as a cinema.

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ElderEvers
ElderEvers on March 6, 2012 at 4:07 pm

Hello, My name is Greg Evers. I would be more than willing to let you in to update your photo’s of the church. Renovation is complete. We added a second floor and basement. We also purchased the remaining stores from the church to the corner of 227th street and consolidated it into one building. Plenty of structual changes but the sanctuary remains as depicted in one of your photo’s. For history purposes the theater closed in the early to mid 70’s. My father Frankie Evers purchased it in 1978. The theater owned mostly the whole block. we remain today in Laurelton as an active community partner. Come by sometime.

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