Muse Theater 1916 850 2405 Farnam Street Originally built as a vaudeville theater, it became an adult theater in the 1970s. After it got dark we would still run around the play ground or go to the seating area on top of the concession stand that had ample seating and speakers to watch the movie. The building was later demolished and a parking lot occupies the site today. Movies and dates are subject to change. Opened in 1950 three miles east of the South Omaha Bridge, it closed in 2007.
Originally built as a vaudeville theater, it was called the Benalto Theater from 1923 to 1926. From 1974 to 1993 the building was home to the Emmy Gifford Children's Theater. Franklin Theater was at 1624 N. The Lake Theater later occupied this location. It stayed open for less than a decade.
It closed within a decade. In 1972, it moved to 1001 North 30th Street and stayed open until 1976. Today, theater complexes with luxury seating, in-auditorium dining and bar service are prevalent. Pictured above is a theatre built by the McFarland Moving Picture Company. The theater was expanded from a single screen, to two and finally to four screens.
Do children get in free? It was also the first theater in Omaha to have a reverse pitch floor, whereby the floor slopes to the stage to a low-point then rises toward the stage. The box office ladies were earning a little extra for their families, too. It later moved to 5021 Underwood Avenue in Dundee. Star Theatre 2906 Sherman Avenue Suburban Theatre 350 4414 North 24th Street Sun Theater Thanksgiving Day, November 30, 1916 800 1410 Farnam Street The theater was later called the State Theater. It is now the home of Grace Apostolic Church. From 1935 to 1955, the Lothrop Theatre was located at 3212 N. I did highlight it in the text though, along with other Black theatres in North Omaha.
We are the only company which produces this type of game. It briefly housed the Cinerama technology before it was moved to the Indian Hills Theater. The building has been demolished and the site redeveloped. Building for the ages : Omaha's architectural landmarks 1st ed. Monroe Theater 2555 Farnam Street 1408 Douglas Street This was later called the Town Theater and the Cooper Theater or Cooper 70. Drive-In Passes A Drive-In pass is guaranteed a drive-in parking spot. Thursday, May 31: Let the eating begin tonight at Foodstock 2 in Bellevue.
Julia Dean Hayne, a leading actress of the time, played the title role. My Brother and I would play on the little merry go round and the swings. The movies begin at dusk, and free popcorn and parking is provided. I can say that I never misused my authority, getting too bossy or smart when marching detainees to the box office or pranking patrons by faking police sirens in their moment of ecstasy. Friday, William Miskell, Omaha district manager of Tri-States Theatres announced. Sky-View Drive-In August 1954 1100 cars 7200 Hartman Avenue The drive-in was typically open March through December.
It could accommodate 600 cars. Fern Theater 716 North 24th Street This was closed on the day of the , 1913. Like Its been really hard to find a picture of the Lothrop Theatre, Leon. The was an early theatre that opened at 1814 North 24th Street around 1911. You can email or call for a list of titles showing this summer. Alcohol, tents, tarps, stakes, and open flames are not allowed. Apparently, it was reopened in the mid-nineties, not as a drive-in but as a driving range for golfers.
And another point: providential managers like Gil and Sam, hot snack-bar girls like the Papio Blonde, and a quick man with a stick like South Omaha Joe are hard to find. The theater closed in 1969 and the building was demolished in 1976. Building for the ages : Omaha's architectural landmarks 1st ed. Children 2 years old and under may enter the park for free. One was installed in 1989.