The Mighty Wurlitzer at Steubenville’s Historic Theatre

The Mighty Wurlitzer at Steubenville’s historic theatre, The Grand, is back in its home. Restoration is underway, thanks in part to Facebook! “The organ was a part of Steubenville’s historic […]

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THS Treasures – Press Photos From The Archives

Press photos show more than the celebrities of the day. They can also serve as gateways to moments in history that shape our experiences to this day. This photo is […]

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The Theatre on Your Street: NYCEDC Restoration of Kings Theatre

In honor of Preservation Month we are sharing the New York City Economic Development Corporation’s summary of the Kings Theatre Restoration. “The restoration and expansion of this architectural jewel reestablishes […]

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Perth’s Ambassadors Theatre

  Perth’s Ambassadors Theatre – A Short Tribute to a Lost Gem – shared by BarryinPerth on Cinema Treasures. There is some beautiful footage and soundtrack from their Mighty Wurlitzer […]

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Onsite Research & Education Center at the THS Theatre Architecture Acrhives

Visitors to the Willis & Shirley Johnson and Classic Cinemas Research & Education Center at the Theatre Historical Society of America have the opportunity to explore in the greatest theatre […]

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Theatre Architecture & Theatre Preservation With the THS Archives

Did you know the THS Archives can help you with your theatre preseration and research projects? You can find information for theatre architecture. architectural restoration, to help gain landmark status, […]

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Inside Brooklyn’s King’s Theatre

Here’s a wonderful story about some passionate theatre enthusiasts. Read the NY Times article about some very special furniture and the amazing journey of restoration at the Kings Theartre. “When […]

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On the Screen: The Roxy!

Explore the Ben Hall collection’s selection of stage show photos from the Roxy Theatre. When Samuel Lionel “Roxy” Rothafel built the Roxy Theatre in Times Square, he set out to make […]

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Is there a Cinerama theatre near you?

Cinerama was a novel film process developed to create a unique experience at a time when movie theatres were beginning to feel the effects of television’s popularity. The brainchild of engineer […]

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Theatre Postcards: Treasures From the THS Archives

Besides being fun and interesting to browse, the THS archives can help you document the architectural, social and cultural history of the theatres you love! Information and materials in the […]

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