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      Housed in a grand historic building, the the Milwaukee Theatre seats 4,100 and boasts a sweeping staircase, banquet rooms and its signature half-domed Rotunda - Milwaukee, WI

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    McDonald Theatre is a theater and music venue in Eugene, Oregon, United States. Opened in 1925 as a movie house, the building was converted to a theater for performing arts, and is still in business. The theater is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

    his historic theatre in the heart of downtown Asheboro features a variety of concerts, plays, special performances and events, as well as films and classic movies. Hours of Operation Varies depending on event - see website for details Admission Varies depending on event Address 234 Sunset Ave Asheboro NC 27203 Phone 336-626-1240 800 626-2672 www.sunsettheatre...

    The Hollywood Theatre is a central historical point of the Hollywood District in NE Portland, Oregon. Built in 1926 & located across the street from Fred Meyer's first shopping center(Now Rite-aid). The Hollywood Theatre was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. It was purchased by Film Action Oregon in 1997, a nonprofit organization committed to educating emerging filmmakers, supporting working artists and engaging diverse audiences.

    Palace Theatre Albany, New York The Restored Palace Theatre- Photo: by Chun Y. Lai, Courtesy of Einhorn Yaffee Prescott Challenge Initially, to investigate the original decorative finishes for the Palace Theatre in Albany, New York that were buried under cocoa-brown paint. Following this, to restore the decorative painting and conserve the historic murals.

    Historic theatre of Hvar The theatre was built in 1612 on the first floor of Arsenal during the reign of the industrious duke Petar Semitecolo. Monumental Arsenal in the center of the historical core of Hvar is one of the most significant military-maritime buildings of its kind on the Mediterranean. The transom of the gate to the theatre on Belveder – Fontik terrace along the northern facade of Arsenal reads: ANNO SECVNDO PACIS MDCLXII. ...

    Housed in a grand historic building, the the Milwaukee Theatre seats 4,100 and boasts a sweeping staircase, banquet rooms and its signature half-domed Rotunda

    The historic Senator movie theatre in downtown Chico California, taken summer 2010. Copyright BeMedia Internet 2010.

    still some fabulous shows and concerts here - the historic Strand Theatre - local love!

    The Village Theatre built in 1938 in Highland Park Village, Dallas. I saw The Rocky Horror Picture Show here, many times!

    John Waters at a premiere at Baltimore’s historic Senator Theatre, 2004

    historic O'Brien Theatre in downtown Renfrew, Ontario (built in1929)

    The Historic Alabama Theatre in Downtown Birmingham, Alabama.

    The historic Savannah Theatre

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    I've lived in Minnesota all my life and I never heard about this place. This is the old Hollywood Theater. Located on 2815 Johnson Street NE, is designated a local historic landmark. Built in 1935 and closed in 1987

    Elvis and his "mystery woman". Photo taken at Landmark Theater in Richmond, Virginia, in the summer of 1956.

    WBEZ blogger Lee Bey writes about the Portage Theater, and a recent vote that gives it preliminary landmark status.

    The Plaza - Former movie theater and current Arts Plaza, a Carrollton, TX landmark.

    The Wieting Theater, a historical landmark. Toledo.

    The largest in Chicago, The Uptown Theatre boasts 4,381 seats and its interior volume is said to be larger than any other movie palace in the United States, including Radio City Music Hall in New York. It occupies over 46,000 square feet (4,300 m2) of land at the corner of Lawrence Avenue and Broadway in Chicago's Uptown Entertainment District. The mammoth theater has an ornate five story entrance lobby with an eight story façade. Rehabilitation efforts are needed to restore and reopen this ...

    Warner Theatre ~ Built by Warner Brothers Studios and opened in 1931 as a movie palace, the Warner Theatre was described then as “Connecticut’s Most Beautiful Theatre”. Itwas sold in the 1950’s as part of a federally mandated divestment and damaged extensively in the 1955 Flood. Slated for demolition in 1982, it was saved by the Northwest Connecticut Association for the Arts,INC a citizens group.

    The Egyptian Theatre,DeKalb,Ill ~ A 1929, fully restored, Egyptian Art Deco movie palace, operated and maintained by P.E.T. Inc. (Preservation of the Egyptian Theatre) a non-profit organization. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, the Egyptian is home to 25+ community groups that utilize the theatre every year and the theatre continues to show movies (classic & family films along with film festivals).

    Businessman Angelo Poulos commissioned Detroit architect Maurice Finkel to design his dream: a grand vaudeville and movie palace in Ann Arbor. Finkel called it “a Shrine to Art. . . not built for today only, but constructed in the hopes that it might be a monument for years to come, and a credit to the community even when the city is many times its present size.”

    For a moment, forget the imagery of the Cohen brothers film named after this North Dakota town. The Fargo Theater, originally built in 1926, is the area's only remaining vintage movie palace with a vaudeville stage. Is there an interesting landmark in your hometown you'd like to share with us? >>