Spring Print Sale

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Loew’s Palace Theatre Bridgeport, CT

It’s time for another round of the “From the balcony” Print sale. The following prints will be $25 dollars off from now until April 30th. If you buy all 5 you’ll receive an additional discount!

Prints are available in editions of five in the following sizes:

The available sizes are:

8″x10″ – $25.00

12″x18″ – $50.00

16″x24″ – $75.00

In addition all the images on the Prints page will be 50% off until April 30.

Images are printed on Kodak Professional Endura Supra paper.

Please e-mail me if interested. Payment is accepted via Paypal, Amazon Payments or credit card. Prints are shipped via USPS or FedEx.

Grand Theatre Steubenville, OH
Grand Theatre Steubenville, OH
“The Eastown was the best audience in the world. And I’m not saying that just because you’re writing it down. Any other city, people went home from work to put on their Levis and black leather jackets for a concert. In Detroit they came from work like that. The Eastown — those were pure rock ’n’ roll times.” - Alice Cooper, The Detroit Free Press
Eastown Theatre Detroit, MI
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National Theatre Detroit, MI
Uptown Theatre Racine, WI
Uptown Theatre Racine, WI
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The National Theatre

 

Balcony level, National Theatre Detroit, MI
View of the auditorium from the balcony.

The National Theatre opened on September 16, 1911 in Detroit, Michigan. Designed by Detroit architect Albert Kahn (who designed so many buildings in Detroit that he was nicknamed, “the architect of Detroit”), the National is noted as his only theater and is the oldest surviving building from the city’s original theater district. Built in the Art Nouveau style, the exterior of the building is covered with terra cotta from Pewabic Pottery, another Detroit landmark.

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