13200 Central Avenue,
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This theatre served the small town of Boulder Creek, located in the redwood-forested northernmost portion of Santa Cruz County. The moderne-styled facade was very plain, but as best as can be determined from an old photo, had sections faced with vertical strips of redwood bark, for a rustic touch along with the moderne simplicity. The facade was topped by small step pyramid or ziggurat-like accent features.
The forward portion of the building was a two-storey block, faced mostly in wood.
Today, the building houses a Round Table Pizza, along with what appear to be several offices. A two-storey “old Western town” style porch and balcony structure has been added to the front. The redwood bark fascia has long since been replaced by office windows. The moderne stepped pyramid accents atop the facade still remain, as does the old entrance foyer open to the street, with windows where there were doubtlessly once poster cases. If one looks down the adjacent alley, the auditorium structure can still be seen.
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