Bridge Theater

34 W. Main Street,
Luray, VA 22835

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Opening night was June 29, 1921. The Page Theater showed Cecil B. DeMille’s “Something to Think About”. The Page Theater moved to a new location on East Main Street in 1939 and new owners operated the building as the Bridge Theater from 1939 until it closed in 1956.

In addition to movies, the theater hosted local fundraising events such as annual variety and minstrel shows put on by the Lions Club, Volunteer Fire Department, and other groups.

The Bridge Theater is currently open and renovating, used for concerts, and is currently in 2009 up for sale.

Contributed by Lost Memory, Bryan Krefft

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Lost Memory
Lost Memory on July 13, 2007 at 6:17 pm

Here is one example of occasional use. An outdoor concert will be relocated to the Bridge Theater during bad weather.

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