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Everett Theatre
Boston, MA

"According to 1915 building department records, the Everett Square Theatre was built as a moving picture house. It also hosted live vaudeville, musical, and other performances. In fact, comic actor Milton Berle’s signature on a backstage wall after his performance there on May 29, 1925 remains today. A slow decline of the theater space throughout the 20th century culminated with its closing in the mid 1980s, and its interior condition has continued to deteriorate since then.

HBI worked with the theater owner to re-create and install the original 'Everett Square Theatre' sign that once hung over the entry, and restored and re-opened the theater’s boarded up foyer to create space for temporary art installations, displays, and events that will help revive awareness of the theater space and build support for its eventual rehabilitation."

Tags:   Boston Massachusetts United States US theatre theater abandoned urbex urban exploration decay crusty rusty performing arts Everett Theatre Everett Square Theatre Everett Square Hyde Park historic history New England Nikon D810 Trig Photography Frank C. Grace photography Fairmount Fairmount Theatre vaudeville American Theatres Company ATC movie movie theater movie theatre cinema 1915 Harry M. Ramsay Littlefield Trust moving picture house Nu Pixie Cinema Premiere Performances hdr high dynamic range on1pics proscenium stage

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Everett Theatre
Boston, MA

"According to 1915 building department records, the Everett Square Theatre was built as a moving picture house. It also hosted live vaudeville, musical, and other performances. In fact, comic actor Milton Berle’s signature on a backstage wall after his performance there on May 29, 1925 remains today. A slow decline of the theater space throughout the 20th century culminated with its closing in the mid 1980s, and its interior condition has continued to deteriorate since then.

HBI worked with the theater owner to re-create and install the original 'Everett Square Theatre' sign that once hung over the entry, and restored and re-opened the theater’s boarded up foyer to create space for temporary art installations, displays, and events that will help revive awareness of the theater space and build support for its eventual rehabilitation."

Tags:   Boston theatre theater abandoned urbex urban exploration decay crusty rusty Massachusetts performing arts Everett Theatre Everett Square Theatre Everett Square Hyde Park historic history New England Nikon D810 Trig Photography Frank C. Grace photography Fairmount Fairmount Theatre vaudeville American Theatres Company ATC movie movie theater movie theatre cinema 1915 Harry M. Ramsay Littlefield Trust moving picture house Nu Pixie Cinema Premiere Performances hdr high dynamic range on1pics proscenium stage United States US

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Everett Theatre
Boston, MA

"According to 1915 building department records, the Everett Square Theatre was built as a moving picture house. It also hosted live vaudeville, musical, and other performances. In fact, comic actor Milton Berle’s signature on a backstage wall after his performance there on May 29, 1925 remains today. A slow decline of the theater space throughout the 20th century culminated with its closing in the mid 1980s, and its interior condition has continued to deteriorate since then.

HBI worked with the theater owner to re-create and install the original “Everett Square Theatre” sign that once hung over the entry, and restored and re-opened the theater’s boarded up foyer to create space for temporary art installations, displays, and events that will help revive awareness of the theater space and build support for its eventual rehabilitation."

Tags:   Boston theatre theater abandoned urbex urban exploration decay crusty rusty Massachusetts performing arts Everett Theatre Everett Square Theatre Everett Square Hyde Park historic history New England Nikon D810 Trig Photography Frank C. Grace photography Fairmount Fairmount Theatre vaudeville American Theatres Company ATC movie movie theater movie theatre cinema 1915 Harry M. Ramsay Littlefield Trust moving picture house Nu Pixie Cinema Premiere Performances hdr high dynamic range on1pics proscenium stage

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Everett Theatre
Boston, MA

"According to 1915 building department records, the Everett Square Theatre was built as a moving picture house. It also hosted live vaudeville, musical, and other performances. In fact, comic actor Milton Berle’s signature on a backstage wall after his performance there on May 29, 1925 remains today. A slow decline of the theater space throughout the 20th century culminated with its closing in the mid 1980s, and its interior condition has continued to deteriorate since then.

HBI worked with the theater owner to re-create and install the original “Everett Square Theatre” sign that once hung over the entry, and restored and re-opened the theater’s boarded up foyer to create space for temporary art installations, displays, and events that will help revive awareness of the theater space and build support for its eventual rehabilitation."

Tags:   Boston Massachusetts United States US theatre theater abandoned urbex urban exploration decay crusty rusty performing arts Everett Theatre Everett Square Theatre Everett Square Hyde Park historic history New England Nikon D810 Trig Photography Frank C. Grace photography Fairmount Fairmount Theatre vaudeville American Theatres Company ATC movie movie theater movie theatre cinema 1915 Harry M. Ramsay Littlefield Trust moving picture house Nu Pixie Cinema Premiere Performances hdr high dynamic range on1pics proscenium stage film reels film reel ATFCWorkshop

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Boston, MA

History of the Everett Theatre:

"According to 1915 building department records, the Everett Square Theatre was built as a moving picture house. It also hosted live vaudeville, musical, and other performances. In fact, comic actor Milton Berle’s signature on a backstage wall after his performance there on May 29, 1925 remains today. A slow decline of the theater space throughout the 20th century culminated with its closing in the mid 1980s, and its interior condition has continued to deteriorate since then.

HBI worked with the theater owner to re-create and install the original “Everett Square Theatre” sign that once hung over the entry, and restored and re-opened the theater’s boarded up foyer to create space for temporary art installations, displays, and events that will help revive awareness of the theater space and build support for its eventual rehabilitation."

Tags:   Boston Massachusetts United States US theatre theater abandoned urbex urban exploration decay crusty rusty performing arts Everett Theatre Everett Square Theatre Everett Square Hyde Park historic history New England Nikon D810 Trig Photography Frank C. Grace photography Fairmount Fairmount Theatre vaudeville American Theatres Company ATC movie movie theater movie theatre cinema 1915 Harry M. Ramsay Littlefield Trust moving picture house Nu Pixie Cinema Premiere Performances hdr high dynamic range on1pics proscenium stage ATFCWorkshop


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