Peery's Egyptian Theater
2415 Washington Boulevard,
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Built in 1924, Peery’s Egyptian Theater was constructed to give the audience the feeling of sitting between two Egyptian buildings with a blue plaster ceiling, which in the early days had projected dawns, sunsets and night sky images. The theatre closed in 1984. In 1997 it reopened, restored. Conrad Schmidtt Studios restored the original interior colors. Still showing movies, the theater has been restored to all of its original beauty.
Each January it serves as a satellite site to the Sundance Film Festival, based in Park City, Utah. It is used at other times for a live performance arts series and 5 or 6 film screenings a season, as well as a rental to arts or non-arts groups.
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