Road Trip 2013 Day 4

The chandelier was removed when the theater was used as a church.
The chandelier was removed when the theater was used as a church.

The fourth theater I visited  was the Booth Theatre in Independence, Kansas. The Booth opened in 1927 and closed in 1980. It was used as a church for a few years before closing for good. In 1991 the Booth Theatre Foundation was started to renovate and reuse the theater.  For more information on the Booth Theatre foundation visit their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Booth-Theatre-Independence-KS/193393179833

 

 

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