Barrow Civic Theater
1223 Liberty Street,
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Barrow Civic Theatre (Official)
Architects: Victor A. Rigaumont
Functions: Community Arts Center
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Kayton Theater
Opened as the Kayton Theatre in May 1946, it was a replacement for the Park Theatre which had been destroyed by fire. This is a small blocky Streamline building in tan brick with square terra-cotta accents on a central tower. The outdoor booth is off to the left and very deeply recessed under the marquee, which is a pretty ugly imitation old sign with market research colors (purple and green) and electric signage that belongs on a freeway.
The barber shop on the right is now part of the ‘Little Theater’. It is now a community arts center. The auditorium is nothing special. It’s done in that very boring dark painted style that one often finds in visitor’s centers.
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