Brawley Playhouse Theatre
124 N. Plaza Street,
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Opened as the Belvedere Theatre on March 22, 1922 with 815 seats. In 1929 it was taken over by Principle Theatres and renamed Brawley Theatre. It is a two story building with what I assume at one time had a balcony since there are doors on each side of the upper floor. The theatre looks to have been closed for some time.
On the second story of the front facade what looks to have been windows have been painted over with black silouetts painted on each window. The lower floor which was once the entrance has been boarded in and painted a cream color paint and at the time I took my pictures there was a lot of grafitti over the front. The v shaped marquee is still there but a few holes in the glass panels in several places.
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