SAVE  THESE  SEATS

LOVE  AT  FIRST  SEAT

Copyright © 2017 The Best Remaining Seats

Tuesday April 10 to Wednesday, April 11, 2018
League of Historic American Theatres' Spring Regional Conference - Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
"Hosted by and held at Gettysburg College's Majestic Theater....to discuss historic theatre best practices....."
For more information - LHAT.org

Monday, June 18 to Saturday, June 23, 2018

Theatre Historical Society of America's Conclave Theatre Tour - Detroit, Michigan

"We're gonna rock the Motor City, again!"

For more information-HistoricTheatres.org

Friday, June 29 to Tuesday, July 3, 2018
American Theatre Organ Society's 2O18 Pasadena Convention - Pasadena, California
For more information - ATOS.org

Sunday, July 15 to Wednesday, July 18, 2018
League of Historic American Theatres' 42nd National Conference and Theatre Tour - Austin, Texas

For more information - LHAT.org

Lewiston, Idaho
- Liberty Theater -

Closed since 2005,"The Liberty Theater Preservation Alliance is asking the community to make a commitment to the project of restoring the Liberty....."

For more information, here's the  TICKET.

Plymouth, Indiana

- The Rees Theater -

Inside Indiana Businessreports, "The Wythougan Valley Preservation Group says $120,000 is needed to make repairs to the Rees Theater, which has been vacant since 2009."

For more information, here's the TICKET.

Sedalia, Missouri
- Uptown Theatre -

"The Uptown Theatre in historic downtown Sedalia, Missouri opened in 1936 and though it has been closed for 42 years, it is being restored and resurrected!"

For more information, here's the  TICKET.

West Bend, Wisconsin

- The West Bend Theatre -

"Historic West Bend Theatre Inc (HWBT), a 501c3 organization has an 11 person board and executive committee with a fully-featured and diverse skill set. We have completed a business plan and a frugal operating budget.... Join our cast of over a thousand “save the historic West Bend theatre” supporters and help us purchase and restore the building."
For more information, here's the  TICKET.

So you like to look at the ceiling until the show starts?  And you're still looking at it during the show?  Maybe you climbed every staircase and sat on every level just to see what the place looked like from every vantage point.  Did you walk in wondering whether a Wurlitzer was going to rise up out of the floor?  Did you pause in awe when you first walked through the door?  Did it all feel great and familiar?


You love old theaters.  You're in the right place, and you're not alone.  Maybe you love them for the decades of history they have seen and have been a part of.  Maybe you love them because they were designed to transport you, and that's exactly what they do.  Or maybe you're comforted by the way they feel just like the theater in your home town that you spent years making memories in - that is now a parking lot. 

 

This site exists to help you find the theaters available for you to love, the ones that need you because their future is one roof leak away from their end, and the resources to help you learn about these treasures that other generations took for granted.


This site is a work in progress.  Fortunately "progress" in this case does not mean demolition.

LOBBY  CARD

COMING  ATTRACTIONS

The makers of

Going Attractions - The Definitive Story of the American Drive-In

have moved indoors to create a new feature

Going Attractions - The Definitive Story of the Movie Palace


A preview of the documentary was held at the Million Dollar Theatre in Los Angeles.  Weren't able to make it?  Catch the preview at left and stay tuned for a release date.


To learn about the Going Attractions projects, visit http://www.goingattractions.com/.