2625 West Temple Street,
3 people favorited this theater
The Rampart Theatre opened in November 11, 1924 with Constance Talmadge in “Her Night of Romance”. It originally had 900 seats, and was equipped with a Wicks Orchestral Pipe Organ. The walls of the auditorium had eight niches, which contain paintings executed by the decorating company Robert E. Powers Studios.
The Rampart Theatre was still open in 1943, but had closed by 1950 and was converted into a recording studio. By 2016 it was in use as a church.
Just login to your account and subscribe to this theater