717 Water Street,
2 people favorited this theater
Previously operated by: Hall Industries Theaters
Architects: Jack M. Corgan
Styles: Streamline Moderne
This wild Moderne style theater was apparently originally built in ‘Spanish’ style when it first opened in 1926 and was remodelled in 1948. An ornate lintel is still visible over the entrance. The facade is now grey plaster with a red tile street level, and red metal strips on the upper facade. The sign is an attractive green affair, with each letter on a separate segment, topped by a stack of rings. It was closed in 1988. It was recently host to a community theater group.
Just login to your account and subscribe to this theater.