Village Family Theatre
20 2nd Street NW,
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Village Family Theatre (Official)
Previously operated by: Drive-In Theatres Inc.
Architects: Perry E. Crosier
Firms: Liebenberg and Kaplan
Functions: Movies (Family)
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Village Theatre
Originally built in 1896 as an armory. It was converted into a movie theatre in the 1920’s. In 1946, architect Perry Crosier in association with the architectural firm of Liebenberg & Kaplan, completely remodeled the Village Theatre into a late-Streamline Moderne style. By 1957 it was operated by Drive-In Theatres Inc.
The theatre survived into the 1970’s, and after closing, housed a bar and later an appliance store. The former Village Theatre was converted into a church around 2000, with its lobby and facade restored to their 1940’s appearance. In 2013, it was renovated and reopened as a movie theatre and is now known as the Village Family Theatre.
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