814 Canal Street,
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Josiah Pearce & Sons' Trianon Theatre cost $100,00 to build in 1911. It was the fifth theatre in the Pearce circuit, and their most ambitious project. The Trianon Theatre was opened January 15, 1912. It was equipped with a Moller Opus organ and the music motif inside the theatre featured painted scenes of Louisiana by an artist named Drysdale and a screen mural entitled ‘Music’, the work of an artist named Thomas of New York.
The Trianon Theatre was taken over by the Saenger Theatres chain and flourished in the silent era before the circuit built newer movie palaces rendering the Trianon Theatre outdated and it was closed.
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