1130 Bethel Street,
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Hawaii Theatre Center (Official)
Previously operated by: Consolidated Theatres
Architects: Marshall H. Webb
Firms: Emory & Webb
News About This Theater
The Hawaii Theatre opened September 6, 1922. This former 1,776 capacity vaudeville and movie palace struggled through the 1960’s and 1970’s and finally closed in the late-1970’s. On 23rd November 1979 the Hawaii Theatre was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
When it reopened in 1996, the theatre received awards from both the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the League of Historic American Theaters.
$30 million dollars and 10 years later, the Hawaii Theatre is once again The Pride of the Pacific. Although it primarily hosts live entertainment events, the Hawaii Theatre still has a projection screen and digital projection system which can be used to screen films. This most commonly happens for special screenings during the Hawaii International Film Festival.
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