Weekly Digest (10/8-10/11)

Not on Facebook or following the THS Twitter feed? Here are some highlights of news from theatres across the web from this past week and today. (Pro-tip: Even if you don’t have a twitter account, you can still follow our feed on twitter. You won’t be able to tweet at us, but unlike facebook, you don’t have to join the site to view it! Read the feed here.)

“Historic Wilson Theater Restoration Enters Final Phase” From Rupert, ID.

“Wildey Theatre to Receive Statewide Preservation Award.” From Edwardsville, IL.

“From a seat on the aisle, the Saenger Theatre’s restoration is a smash hit.” From New Orleans, LA.

Throwback Thursday on the blog: the Senator
“It’s Showtime! Historic Senator Theatre, A Md. Landmark, Is Back” From Baltimore, MD.


“George R.R. Martin, Author And … Movie-Theater Guy?” From Santa Fe, NM

“And… Action! Movie Theaters Do Another Take During New York’s Silver Screen Revival” From NY.

“Historic Lyric Theatre in Brownwood is Being Restored.” From Brownwood, TX.


“World’s oldest cinema to reopen” From southern France.


Tentative Schedule available on historictheatres.org



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