NE 1st Street and 4th Avenue, Pompano Beach, FL 33060 The $85,000 Pompano Theatre launched in January of 1927. The Mediterranean Revival style house was designed by architect C. Hobart Sherwood. In 1928, its front was obliterated by a storm and the auditorium was damaged. But the theatre rebuilt and was a force until people […]
Originally posted on Miami Heritage:
Here’s what the Cinema Theatre in South Beach looked like in the early 1970s when it was being used for Yiddish theater and Vaudeville performances. The Cinema was originally the Casino Supper Club, then later converted into a film theater and became part of the Paramount Theatre chain. Beginning in…
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Go See this production. National Theatre Live. One of the best Hamlets I have ever seen. I always forget about Hamlet and the Pirates.
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