113 S. 1st Street,
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Pines Theatre (Official)
Architects: W.P. Berry
Styles: Streamline Moderne
News About This Theater
- Nov 14, 2008 — Lufkin to begin renovation of Pines Theater
The Pines Theatre was built in 1925 and had a seating capacity for 751. It was closed in the 1950’s, and was later purchased by the city of Lufkin. At some point after closing it was used as a church called the “Covenant of Love-Outreach”. The Pines Theatre was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.
Work began on a restoration/renovation in March 2011. A Grand Reopening was held December 1, 2012, featuring Celtic Thunder performer Paul Byrom. The 431-seat Pines Theatre hosts live performances and concerts. It is equipped with HD projection for screening movies. Concessions and a bar will be available, and the theatre can be rented as a venue space.
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