Armstrong's Colonial Theatre
568 Lighthouse Avenue,
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This early theatre was the center of a building on Lighthouse Avenue between Forest Avenue and Grand Avenue. At this point, little is known about the theatre. It was on the same side of Lighthouse Avenue as the 1925 Grove Theatre, however the building sits further to the south of the later Grove Theatre. A large box office occupied the entrance to the theatre.
The architect for the theatre building was William H. Weeks who designed many other distinctive buildings in the area. He did design at least one other theatre—the 1915 T & D Theatre (later State) in Watsonville, CA. The building serves today as the Pacific Art Center selling works of art.
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