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This theatre operated during the summer season only. It was constructed of corrugated sheet steel panels on a wood frame about 1929 or 1930. It had a peaked roof and was painted gray on the outside with some green trim. It was ventilated by swiveling windows up near the roof line and noisy fans. When it rained it became more noisy with the water hitting the steel panel exterior.
It was located in Rockaway Point section of Queens, next to the Colony Inn, a restaurant & bar, at the end of Reid Avenue near the boat dock for the Rockaway Point Ferry from Sheepshead Bay. By 1957 it was operated by Liggett-Florin Booking Service.
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