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The St. George Theater, Staten Island

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This is a great place, and it is within walking distance of the ferry. I went to movies here as a kid, and it is great to go to it again and see it in good shape! It doesn’t look like much from the outside, but the inside is fabulous! They are putting on a number of different kinds of shows now, including concerts and the occasional play. And they have a working Wurlitzer organ that they play before most performances. For more info on the theater, go to their website:

www.stgeorgetheatre.com

And it is right across the street from the St. George Library Center.

Photos from www.bridgeandtunnelclub.com        

 

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is this the same theatre

is this the same theatre that was renovated some 35 years ago, i had worked on a pipe organ from a theatre called this name, in the 1970s and wanting to tracik down the reality it did exist, this pipe organ took up one big simi worth of mucical wood.....

And I now work at the

And I now work at the Majestic Theatre in Dallas Texas built in 1921....A/T..

I was the head usher in this

I was the head usher in this theatre in 1950 -1952. It was beautiful then and now. What a walk down the aisle of history to find this site. The ticket person was named Helen. Funny how I can remember this theatre, its lights, the balcony and the ushers room on the mezzanine, and the ticket sales woman but I can't seem to remember day before yesterday. John

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