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Denis Theatre’s Rebirth Moves Forward [Mt. Lebanon, PA]

When Valerie Golik stands inside the old Denis Theatre, she doesn’t see a dilapidated cinema that has fallen into disrepair over the past few years.

Instead, she envisions a thriving cultural and arts center that could become an entertainment hub for uptown Mt. Lebanon and the surrounding communities.

“People remember the Denis Theatre, but it’s a whole new game in town,” Golik said. “We want it to be a place where the moment you walk in the door, you know the arts are important; a place where the arts thrive.”

For the rest of the story and some pictures, visit http://dormont-brookline.patch.com/articles/denis-theatres-rebirth-moves-forward-077e8df2

To visit the theatre’s website, go to http://www.denistheatre.org/

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