Embassy 1 Theatre

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Embassy Newsreel Theatre exterior

Embassy 1 Theatre

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Taken on: October 23, 2010

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Embassy 1 Theatre

This was the where original stage of the Embassy once resided. Although the floors have been leveled and the orchestra boxes boarded, much of the original d├ęcor remains relatively intact. The Embassy was no doubt in its prime an elegant showplace.

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oknazevad on June 5, 2015 at 7:33 pm

Actually, neither of these statements are accurate. Firstly, there never were any orchestra boxes, just a pair of murals (long ago painted over) where such boxes would be; the theatre was always intended as a small cinema, and didn’t have a true procenium stage setup. And the floor wasn’t leveled, it just never had much slope to begin with.

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