Luxor in the sixties

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Luxor in the sixties

This is what the theater looked like in the sixties. In 1945 the dutch governement took over the theater after the war ended. The name is Luxor Theater again. The owner becomes the city of Rotterdam and the management is under “De Rotterdamse Kunststichting” (The Rotterdam Art Foundation). In 1954 the new opertator is “City Theater Inc.” Photo: Luxor Theater.

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