Symphony Space/Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theatre
250 W. 95th Street,
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This classic art house opened in 1931 as a 299-seat neighborhood movie house on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
By the 1960’s, the Thalia Theatre had become an intellectual staple for the community (and even appeared in Woody Allen’s “Annie Hall”) . It remained popular until it closed in 1987.
The Thalia opened a lower Manhattan theater (called the Thalia SOHO) to satisfy the need for indie and art house pictures, but it found little success and eventually closed.
Today, Symphony Space, an arts and cultural organization is bringing the Thalia Theatre back to life by incorporating the old theater into its newly redesigned complex.
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