City Line Theatre auditorium

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Taken on: August 20, 2011

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City Line Theatre auditorium

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Kevanos
Kevanos on October 25, 2014 at 6:55 am

This is the original configuration of the main auditorium. When the theatre was twinned in the early 70s a double cinderblock wall was built down the center and a slightly smaller screen was placed a little to the left of the original to create house #1. For House # 2 a screen was built just forward of the right, center exit doors. A hallway was built to connect house #1 with the front right exit. The extra space forward of house #2 was turned into a storage room and was accessible from this hallway. The ceiling were covered with a black drop ceiling and the old and new walls were covered with pleated fabric. From inside the storage room, you could still see right side of the original stage and the original wall fabric, which had deteriorated significantly by the late 1980s.

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