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The “theatre” such as it is, appears to be a peep show viewing room.
Status should be closed. After seeing that their website had not been updated and phones disconnected I contacted the local Chamber of commerce. I was informed that the cinema closed over a year ago.
Andy, it’s not difficult to have Kodachrome slides digitized. There are many places to do it inexpensively, such as Walgreens. Then you can upload them to the site.
Andy Gray it would be nice to see these pictures you mention. You can have them digitized and then uploaded to this site. I’ve done that many times. Thanks.
Function should be: Community Theatre
^Multiple SPAMs^ Reported.
Current use should be bank.
The theatre is permanently closed. It has a new owner and all the interior furnishings are being sold off. Looks like a gut rehab with no plans to do any kind of theatre activities. Check out the website link for info.
The theatre was converted into a fitness center which subsequently closed in January 2020.
The Facebook page for this theatre has not had any new postings for for 2 years.
Google Street View of May 2018 shows a 2012 film title posted on the marquee. Might have been showing older movies at the time the picture was taken.
Currently closed due to the pandemic. Updated website link: https://www.jamusa.com/venues/the-vic
This appears to be a temporary pop-up theatre. Will probably close once the pandemic is under control.
The building at that address is the Bristol Town Hall. It appears to have been a repurposing of the old theatre, so function should be government, municipal.
They are still trying to carry on as a live performance venue. Currently, a fund-raising effort is in place to make up for lost revenue due to the pandemic. http://www.savethelasalle.com/
Listed by Google as permanently closed. No website, phone #s are disconnected. Last update on Facebook page is May 2020. Status should be closed.
I just contacted the Okemah Chamber of Commerce. They report that it is closed and under new ownership. They’re not sure of any future plans for it.
Google Streetview of June 2019 shows the theatre as pretty much still intact, with marquee, blade sign, poster boxes and foyer. Just like it’s asleep.
Google Streetview of August 2019 shows the building for sale and seemingly unopen.
Luis, there is an auditorium picture on the website. Also many pictures on their Facebook page. No historical shots, though.
Some interesting changes being made to the building and a good history piece here. https://onmilwaukee.com/articles/park-theater-biltrite-spelunking?fbclid=IwAR1weumuXkS4FR5mlvtW2h0TZuxaoeOmcBXNl2QD5vA45tKsF1Dxi_AJC8s