Cameo Art House Theatre
225 Hay Street,
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The Cameo Art House Theatre is the rebirth of the earliest and last remaining historic theater building in downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina. Closed as a movie theater when replaced by larger theaters. Built in the 1920’s, the building last housed Dixie Billards and was gutted and slated for demolition for many years.
Purchased in 1997 by three local architects, Chris and Nasim Kuenzel and Eric Lindstrom, the Cameo reopened in 2000. The Cameo has won numerous preservation and adaptive re-use awards and added a second screen, the Loge, on the second floor of its two story storefront style building, in 2002. The Cameo is cited as the “tipping point” in the revitalization of downtown Fayetteville and it’s marquee burns brightly each night.
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