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United Palace Theatre in New York City

United Palace Theatre in New York City

NYC, 125th Street Overpass, near Riverside Drive

NYC, 125th Street Overpass, near Riverside Drive

The Majestic Theatre is San Antonio's oldest and largest atmospheric theatre. The theatre seats 2,311 people and was designed by architect John Eberson, for Karl Hoblitzelle's Interstate Theatres in 1929.

The Majestic Theatre is San Antonio's oldest and largest atmospheric theatre. The theatre seats 2,311 people and was designed by architect John Eberson, for Karl Hoblitzelle's Interstate Theatres in 1929.

Ataneo Bookstore located in an old theatre in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Ataneo Bookstore located in an old theatre in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Orpheum Theatre, Los Angeles, California - designed by G. Albert Lansburgh in 1926 as the last house of the Orpheum vaudeville circuit in L.A. and extensively restored in 1989.  [2nd of two pins]

Orpheum Theatre, Los Angeles, California - designed by G. Albert Lansburgh in 1926 as the last house of the Orpheum vaudeville circuit in L.A. and extensively restored in 1989. [2nd of two pins]

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Awesome tour of radio city music hall #Art Deco

Awesome tour of radio city music hall #Art Deco

Manhattan Theater Readies Silver Screen Return

Manhattan Theater Readies Silver Screen Return

The ornate interior of the United Palace Theatre, at Broadway and 175th Street built in 1930. Photo by Konrad Fiedler

The ornate interior of the United Palace Theatre, at Broadway and 175th Street built in 1930. Photo by Konrad Fiedler

During the silent era it was not un-common for a big palace to have an orchestra play along with the picture in addition to the stage show.  This is a shot looking down at the 100-piece orchestra pit risen up from it's depths below to stage level. The orchestra, like the organ consoles, could rise to various levels. Three-man organ "solos" were presented on The largest Kimball organ ever constructed operated by three consoles rising in the front of the pit above the orchestra to "Solo…

During the silent era it was not un-common for a big palace to have an orchestra play along with the picture in addition to the stage show. This is a shot looking down at the 100-piece orchestra pit risen up from it's depths below to stage level. The orchestra, like the organ consoles, could rise to various levels. Three-man organ "solos" were presented on The largest Kimball organ ever constructed operated by three consoles rising in the front of the pit above the orchestra to "Solo…

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