Laurel Cinema Cafe
312 Main Street,
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The Laurel Theatre opened October 16, 1929 with “Noah’s Ark”. It was built for Sydney B. Lust. In 1948, it underwent a remodeling by architects John & Drew Eberson. It was closed in 1976 under Neighborhood Theatres operating out of Richmond, VA. In April 1976 it was purchased by the owners of the adjacent Pal Jack’s Pizza restaurant and it re-opened with “Jaws”. This was a short lived venture and on January 16, 1977 it was opened as Petrucci’s Restaurant. By May 1978 it was offering live entertainment with a meal and became Petrucci’s Dinner Theatre. This closed in July 1992.
It then operated as a comedy club under several different names and finally closed in 2010. The building has been bought by the city, with plans to demolish.
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