Vilma Theatre

3404 Belair Road,
Baltimore, MD 21213

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Architects: John F. Eyring

Functions: Banquet Hall

Styles: Mission Revival, Spanish Colonial

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Vilma Theatre

The Vilma Theatre opened on May 5, 1928 and seated 900. The Vilma was a nice neighborhood house. It had a pseudo Spanish exterior. The interior was decorated in a Spanish Mission style. It closed in 1973 as a movie theatre, then became a church for a short time before returning to the entertainment business by becoming the La Fountaine Rouge Catering Hall. The original marquee is still in use.

Contributed by Chuck Van Bibber

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Avagara on October 18, 2009 at 1:12 pm

It is now the Life Music Christian Fellowship, and the name and website both suggest that the emphasis on performance is still strong.

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