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How Moberly Missouri Restored its Treasured Theatre

Theatre Historical Society of America’s Marquee publication featured the town of Moberly Missouri and the successful renovation of their 4th Street Theatre. When we think of grand theaters, it is […]

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The Renovated Historic Lamp Theater in Irwin, PA Reopens!

Historic Lamp Theatre Reopens Today The doors of the Lamp theatre reopened today! The renovated Lamp Theater in Irwin, PA reopens following months of renovations by local volunteers, as well […]

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Upgrading Chaut Amp Rehabilitation Approach

The Chautauqua Amphitheatre, One of the Nation’s Most Significant Historic Theatres and a National Historic Landmark, is Threatened With Demolition

The Chautauqua Institution’s plan to rehabilitate ‘The Amp’ calls for the demolition of every defining element of the Amphitheatre’s character and architectural significance. Theatre Historical Society of America joins with […]

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Wendy Wurlitzer Honored by The National Association of Professional Women

THS Board Member Wendy Wurlitzer honored by The National Association of Professional Women The National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) honors Wendy Wurlitzer as a 2015-2016 inductee into its VIP […]

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15 of the World’s Most Spectacular Theatres!

From Cornwall to Tampa, Sydney to Tokyo, CNN features some of the most spectacular theatres you will see around the world. Teatro Amazonas There can’t be many theaters located in […]

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Historic Theatre Preservation: How New Mexico is Saving its Historic Theatres

This article written by Elmo Baca, a New Mexico MainStreet Program Associate, Economic Development Department, looks at how historic theatres are achieving success with investment from Main Street programs. A […]

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THS 2015 Awards for Outstanding Service and Excellence

Each year THS recognizes dedicated people for their outstanding service, and notable publications for their contribution to the preservation, documentation, and celebration of historic theatres.  This year our President and […]

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Saving the Terrace, a Masterpiece of International-Style

Robbinsdale, MN: Considered a masterpiece of International-Style when it opened in 1951, The Terrace was one of the first ultramodern theaters in America. The spectacular venue was the most luxurious, […]

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American City & County Governments Make the Case for Historic Theatres

The American City & County website makes the case for historic theatres. Historic theaters like Count Biase Theatre in Red Bank, N.J. pictured above, bring beauty and revenue to local […]

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Europe’s Largest Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ Brought Back to Life, in Pictures!

Programs & Performances: From The Telegraph – Enjoy their amazing images and the story of this great Wurlitzer theatre pipe organ. “The Grand Hall at vintage venue Troxy in London’s […]

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