132 W. Vaughan Street,
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The New Theatre was built in 1935 by the Bertram Amusement Company and had an original seating capacity for 340. By 1941 it had been renamed Globe Theatre. It was sold in 1943 and continued to run under various owners until the late-1980’s.
In 2006 this unique old theatre was still standing, for sale and had a cut stone facade possibly of granite. The boarded up ticket booth and entrance were recessed into the front of the building. There were probably two movie poster frames on each side of the entrance along with one frame on each side of the front. Above the entrance were three windows with broken panes and a metal frame that must have housed a sign.
In 2009, it was purchased by new owners and restoration began to return the theatre to its original Art Deco style. It was completed and reopened November 27, 2015.
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