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Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in Louisiana

                                               

Center Theatre (Dover-Foxcroft)

Theatre centre, a performing arts venue and movie theatre, 20 East main street in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine. The theater was built in 1940 and was closed for several decades before it was renovated and restored in the early 2000-ies. It currently con ...

                                               

Magic Lantern (theater)

Magic lantern is a movie theater in Bridgton, Maine, USA. It was demolished because of the failure on site. The theater reopened in a new location on 8 February 2008.

                                               

Waldo Theatre

The Waldo theatre is a historic movie theater and performance venue at 916 main street in Waldoboro, Maine. Built in 1936 as a movie theater, project new York architect Benjamin Schlanger, he was proclaimed as one of the most developed state-of-t ...

                                               

Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in Maine

                                               

Cumberland, Maryland City Hall & Academy of Music

Academy of music was the municipal theatre and the first mayor of the city of Cumberland, Allegany County, Maryland. It was a Grand building with 18 inch thick walls, 78 feet from the street to roof crest, and was 140 feet to the top of the tower ...

                                               

Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in Maryland

                                               

Academy of Music Theatre

Academy of music theatre is owned by the city of Northampton, Massachusetts, which received the deed in 1892 from former owner and Builder Edward H. R. Lyman. It was opened in 1891 and was the first municipal-owned theater in the United States. A ...

                                               

J. Everett Collins Center for the Performing Arts

Center John. Everett Collins performing arts 1.203 seat state theatre in Andover, Massachusetts, which functions as a venue for municipal functions and facilities for private rentals. The Assembly hall is used for Andovers for the annual meeting ...

                                               

Mahaiwe Block

In the Mahaiwe block is a commercial building and theater in downtown great Barrington, Massachusetts. In addition to small businesses, it houses the Mahaiwe center for the performing arts, the cities only major facilities. It was in almost conti ...

                                               

Priscilla Beach Theatre

Priscilla beach theatre, located in the Manomet section of Plymouth at Priscilla beach, was one of the original "barn" theatres in America. It was founded in 1937, Dr. Trask Franklin. His wife, Agnes, PBC became the first artistic Director. In ad ...

                                               

Somerville Theatre

In the Somerville theatre is an independent cinema and concert hall on the square near Davis in Somerville, Massachusetts, USA. For a hundred years, Somerville theatre began a vaudeville house and movie theater. The theater has already moved on a ...

                                               

Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts

                                               

Mendel Center

Mendel Center for arts & technology, more closed to the Mendel center, performing arts center, located in Benton township, Michigan, lake Michigan. It consists of 1.517-seat theatre program MainStage in the 247-seat theatre Hanson and 20.000 squa ...

                                               

Purple Rose Theatre Company

Purple rose theatre is a Michigan not-for-profit theatre company founded in 1991 by Jeff Daniels in the old pizzeria / garage in Chelsea. Its name comes from the Purple rose of Cairo, the 1985 film Daniels has starred in films that earned him his ...

                                               

State Wayne Theater

State Wayne movie theater-the theater is located in Wayne, Michigan, at 35310 Michigan Avenue. Multi-screen movie house is owned and operated by Phoenix theatres, and there are 3 screens that show first run movies and stages live performance.

                                               

Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in Michigan

                                               

Jon Hassler Theater

John Hassler theatre was a professional theater, located in Plainview, Minnesota. In November 2013 it was announced that the Hassler would be closed at the end of 2014.

                                               

Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in Minnesota

                                               

Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in Mississippi

                                               

New Grand Central Theatre

New Central theatre cinema 705 North Grand Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri. It was designed by St. Louis architects Helfensteller, Hirsch & Watson was built in 1913. It was built as the Central theatre of the brothers Skouras theatre 1.750 for movi ...

                                               

Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in Missouri

                                               

Grandstreet Theatre

Theatre Grandstreet theatre in Helena, Montana. This is one of Montanas largest theatres. Located in historic downtown Helena, the community theatre presents several plays, musicals and youth extravaganza every year. Founded in 1975, "GST" remain ...

                                               

Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in Montana

                                               

Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in Nebraska

                                               

Bruka Theatre

The Bruka theatre is a Reno-based theater group, which was founded in 1992 and is one of the main live theaters in Northern Nevada. Most plays by Bruka are produced on their main stage, but several other productions are held in sub-Bruka, their p ...

                                               

Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in Nevada

                                               

Colonial Theatre (Bethlehem, New Hampshire)

The colonial theatre in Bethlehem, new Hampshire, is a historic theater was built in 1915 and is one of the oldest cinemas in the United States. When the colonial opened its doors, the era of the Grand hotels was in full swing and Bethlehem was o ...

                                               

Hampton Playhouse

The HAMPTON theater was a Summer theater company in Hampton, new Hampshire, USA. It was founded in 1948, Alfred Christie, who was a teacher at a secondary school in Richmond hill in Queens, new York. Christys mother, Sarah Christie, ran to the bu ...

                                               

The Players Ring Theatre

The theater is located in an old brick building, built in 1833 in an area that has since become a Park Prescott. It was once the building of the Portsmouth marine railway company. In 2013, the theatre plans to replace the seats to expand the arti ...

                                               

Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in New Hampshire

                                               

4th Wall Theatre, Inc.

4th wall theatre, Inc. this non-equity theater in residence at the Westminster arts on the campus of Bloomfield College in Bloomfield, new Jersey, about 10 miles from Manhattan. The group got its name from the theater, the term fourth wall coined ...

                                               

Paper Mill Playhouse

Paper mill Theatre is the regional theatre of about 1.200 seats, located in millburn, new Jersey. Because of its relative proximity to Manhattan, she draws from a pool of participants who live in new York. Paper mill was officially designated as ...

                                               

Stephen J. Capestro Theatre

                                               

Surflight Theatre

Surflight theater, beach theater beach haven, NJ on long beach island on the Jersey shore. Surflight produces up to nine MainStage theatrical productions per season, childrens theatre, Comedy and concerts, to touring Educational Surflight theatre ...

                                               

Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in New Jersey

                                               

Rio Grande Theatre

Theatre Rio Grande in Las Cruces, new Mexico was opened on July 29, 1926. The theater was built at the expense of the forces and Dean and operated by the Central theatres Corporation of Denver. The first film shown was the silent movie Mare Nostr ...

                                               

Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in New Mexico

                                               

Beacon Theatre (Beacon, New York)

The beacon theatre is an American art Deco theatre for the performing arts, located in beacon, new York, in the Hudson valley, on the main street in the downtown section of the city, opposite house Creek. The theatre was organized by 4th wall Pro ...

                                               

Century Theatre (Buffalo, New York)

The century theatre, later known as the theatre of the new century, was 3.076-seat theatre is located at 511 main street in Buffalo, new York. It opened in 1921 as a cinema and was later used as a rock concert venue in the 1970-ies. Notable past ...

                                               

Forestburgh Playhouse

At the Forestburgh Playhouse is the oldest continuously operating Summer theatre in the state of new York, 7 miles South of Monticello. Founded in 1947 John Graham and Alexander Maissel, it was originally a Summer theatre Forestburgh, until 1980 ...

                                               

Gateway Playhouse

Gateway theatre is located on the Eastern edge of Bellport, new York. Street address 215 South country road. It is the oldest of three professional theatres on the island and national recognized as one of the top ten summer theatres in the countr ...

                                               

Hangar Theatre

The hangar theatre is a non-profit, regional theatre located at 801 Taughannock Boulevard in Ithaca, new York. The MainStage season and childrens shows occur most frequently in the summer, but in the hangar, and other organizations to use space t ...

                                               

Patchogue Theatre

The Patchogue theatre for the performing arts is located at 71 East main street in the village of Patchogue, Suffolk County, new York. The Patchogue village center for the performing arts, Inc., organized under the not-for-profit Corporation law ...

                                               

Penguin Rep

Penguin REP is a nonprofit theater company in stony point, new York, now in its 42nd season. Penguin REP, dubbed "the intrepid little theatre" new York times, was founded by Joe Brancato, artistic Director, to include it in a new kind of theatre ...

                                               

Ray Evans Seneca Theater

Cinema ray Evans Seneca theater stage, located in Salamanca, new York, on the corner of broad street and Main Street in the city centre. Theatre named ray Evans, composer, who was born and raised in Salamanca.

                                               

Theatre at Westbury

The theater at Westbury is an entertainment venue located in the village of Jericho, outside of Westbury, new York. Built as a theatre in the round style with Seating for 2.870, which was originally developed as a means to present top performers ...

                                               

Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in New York (state)

                                               

Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in North Carolina

                                               

Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in North Dakota

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