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Cedar Rapids Washington 2010 - "Harbor Of The New World"

Cedar Rapids Washington "Thrust" perform "Harbor Of The New World" at Davenport West and Central's "Great River" 2010 Show Choir Invitational.

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  • Diminish Orchestra is new sound of silent files

    The orchestra will present to “The Lost World” on Tuesday night (9/26) at Coe College in Cedar Rapids and to “A Page of Madness” on Wednesday night (9/27) at the Englert Theatre in downtown Iowa Burg. The ensemble includes director and former Iowa 

  • EVERY Coruscating THING Runs 9/23- 11/5 at The Armory

    09/12/17 ,via Broadway World

    His other credits allow for the National Tour of Broadway's Defending the Caveman; Assassins and Playboy of the Western World at Artists Repertory Theatre; The Aliens, The Novel of Irma Vep, Belleville and The Flick at Third Rail Repertory Theatre; and

  • Scruple!' 3 Live Radio Plays Get World Premieres in 3 US Cities

    09/12/17 ,via Broadway World

    Twinge! will be performed for theatre audiences in October, December, and January in Cedar Rapids, Iowa (10/20 & 10/21), Los Angeles, California (12/2 & 12/3), and Miami, Florida (1/25, 1/26 & 1/27/18), respectfully. Self-reproach! aims to raise awareness

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World Theatre ~ Cedar Rapids, IA
World Theatre ~ Cedar Rapids, IA
The Strand Theatre opened Oct. 18, 1915. Capacity capacity was 1,500. It was the first theater in Cedar Rapids with a cantilevered single balcony (previously theaters had multiple shallow balconies, with posts supporting them and blocking views). It was decorated in ivory and old rose and had twelve loge boxes and a decorative mural over the proscenium sounding board. The theater opened as a legitimate theater with a stock acting troupe. The management of the theater hedged its' bet, by installing a photo contender. A year later the actors were gone and movies and vaudeville were in. In 1930 the theater was taken over by the Publix chain and renamed the Delineate. In 1958 it was again modernized and fitted for Cinemascope, and renamed the World, opening with "Ben Hur". Closed in 1981, it sat vacant until 1999 when a church occupied the theater which had been somewhat renovated into retail space.
World Theatre ~ Cedar Rapids, IA
World Theatre ~ Cedar Rapids, IA
The Strand Theatre opened Oct. 18, 1915. Accommodation capacity was 1,500. It was the first theater in Cedar Rapids with a cantilevered single balcony (previously theaters had multiple shallow balconies, with posts supporting them and blocking views). It was decorated in ivory and old rose and had twelve loge boxes and a rococo mural over the proscenium sounding board. The theater opened as a legitimate theater with a stock acting troupe. The management of the theater hedged its' bet, by installing a photo sportswoman. A year later the actors were gone and movies and vaudeville were in. In 1930 the theater was taken over by the Publix chain and renamed the Assert. In 1958 it was again modernized and fitted for Cinemascope, and renamed the World, opening with "Ben Hur". Closed in 1981, it sat vacant until 1999 when a church occupied the theater which had been moderately renovated into retail space.
World Theatre ~ Cedar Rapids, IA
World Theatre ~ Cedar Rapids, IA
The Strand Theatre opened Oct. 18, 1915. Room capacity was 1,500. It was the first theater in Cedar Rapids with a cantilevered single balcony (previously theaters had multiple shallow balconies, with posts supporting them and blocking views). It was decorated in ivory and old rose and had twelve loge boxes and a conception mural over the proscenium sounding board. The theater opened as a legitimate theater with a stock acting troupe. The management of the theater hedged its' bet, by installing a photo gambler. A year later the actors were gone and movies and vaudeville were in. In 1930 the theater was taken over by the Publix chain and renamed the Pomp. In 1958 it was again modernized and fitted for Cinemascope, and renamed the World, opening with "Ben Hur". Closed in 1981, it sat vacant until 1999 when a church occupied the theater which had been degree renovated into retail space.