Bryn Mawr, Denis Theatre restoration efforts efforts boosted by grants

posted by CSWalczak on June 21, 2010 at 7:45 am

BRYN MAWR, PA — The effort to transform the Bryn Mawr Theater into the Bryn Mawr Fim Institute will be significantly advanced by the award of $2.5 million in the form of a grant from Pennsylvania’s Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The theater, born in 1926 as the Seville, will eventually house three modern screening rooms though its classic facade and marquee will remain intact. There is more detail and pictures here.

Meanwhile, in Mt. Lebanon, PA the Denis Theatre Foundation recently received two grants totaling in excess of a quarter of a million dollars which will bring the Foundation very near its goal of acquiring the Denis Theatre built in 1937. The two-phase grand plan is rehabilitate the building with modern systems and an elevator and then operate the theater as a triplex. The story is here at Pittsburgh

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