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Million Dollar Theatre

Million Dollar Theatre

First Opened: 1st February 1918 (101 years ago)

Former Names: Grauman’s Theatre

Status: Open for special events and filming; currently seeking long-term tenant

Website: www.milliondollar.la Open website in new window

Telephone: (424) 501-4551 Call (424) 501-4551

Address: 307 South Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90013 Show address in Google Maps (new window)

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 Overview

The Million Dollar was Sid Grauman’s first major movie theatre when it opened in February 1918. Officially called “Grauman’s Theatre”, it was informally known as the Million Dollar Theatre for its opulent interior and rumors of the price tag. The theatre’s name was officially changed in 1922 to reflect its informal name. It was the first movie theatre to break with generally classic design conventions and use fantasy themes throughout.

The Edison Building
The Edison Building

The theatre is built behind the 12-level Edison office building (architect A.C. Martin), a stunning example of Churrigueresque style, which can also be seen in San Diego’s Balboa Park Exposition buildings. The façade features eight Muses of the Arts along with symbols of Western Americana such as bison heads, eagles, and longhorn steer skulls – all expertly sculpted by Joseph Mora. The entrance to the theatre, on Broadway, is highly decorated with deep moldings.

The theatre’s interior, by William Lee Woollett, presents a fantasy theme and celebrates the allegorical children’s story The King of the Golden River Link opens in new window by John Ruskin, a Victorian classic which would have been as familiar to theatre patrons 100 years ago as Alice in Wonderland is to modern day audiences. Interior decoration included bison heads on the balcony front facing the stage (sadly all now gone) plus many characters from the story. The centerpiece above the proscenium represents the story’s character Esquire, the Southwest Wind, as a fantasy winged female towering over proceedings in the theatre.

The Cantilevered Balcony
The Cantilevered Balcony

The Million Dollar featured the world’s first cast-concrete cantilevered balcony, allowing for an unobstructed and pillar-free view from the Orchestra level below. The builders made it clear they would not accept a theatre with pillars or posts under the balcony because of obstructing views, however the lead time for traditional steel trusses to support the balcony was over one year. The year-long wait was unacceptable, so the only option left was the new idea of using concrete trusses and casting them in place. The new concept was described in the September 1919 issue of Popular Mechanics thus: “a concrete arch, such as is used in bridge construction, supports the balcony of a theater. There are no posts in the theater because of the arch, for which concrete was used when it was found impossible to obtain steel. The weight of the span is 9,000,000 lbs. It is 12ft wide and 110ft long, and contains 180 steel rods”.

Potential patrons were not convinced that a seemingly unsupported theatre balcony could possibly be safe; ultimately Grauman had bring in the newspapers and publish photographs of the balcony successfully supporting 1,750,000 lbs of sandbags to convince the hoi polloi that it was safe.

Sid Grauman wanted to know how many patrons were in his theatre at all times, so he had a “Hansen seating device” installed. Each seat had a sensor connected to the system’s control panel which showed which seats were occupied and which were free. Ushers were also able view a local display which allowed them to direct patrons to available seating.

In the Balcony lobby area the theatre features a set-piece barbershop. It is the last known piece of the late 1950s Mexican waxwork museum which was located in the Globe Theatre to complement the films being shown there at the time. The barber’s chair and its settings are fabricated just like a movie set.

Stage Facilities
Stage Facilities

Despite being specifically designed as a movie theatre, full stage facilities were included when the Million Dollar was built. This allowed Sid Grauman to stage spectacular prologues prior to each movie screening, a precursor to lavish productions staged at his later theatres such as the Chinese and Egyptian theatres in Hollywood.

A small 2-manual, 7-rank Wurlitzer organ was originally installed in the theatre but was superseded in late 1918 by a larger 2-manual, 16-rank Wurlitzer. Although the organs are now gone (the original transferred to the Rialto Theatre on South Broadway - now an Urban Outfitters store), huge plaster organ grilles in the style of Spanish Colonial altar screens, painted to look wooden, still flank the proscenium arch.

Projection Booth
Projection Booth

A novel feature of the theatre was its Projection Booth located at the center front of the Balcony. Sid Grauman stated that the shorter throw distance [than projecting from the rear of a theatre balcony], combined with simpler optics, resulted in a picture much brighter than in other movie theatres. Despite the fact that different lenses could be used to cast the same amount of light upon a movie screen from differing distances, Grauman was never one to miss a sales pitch, and continued to sell his Million Dollar theatre partially on the claim that the shorter throw from his Balcony-front projection booth resulted in a better and brighter picture than could seen in any other movie theatre. That said, prime center balcony seats were a loss of income and the balcony center projection location was not a pattern seen in other theatres. Note: one other example of a balcony center projection booth was the State Theatre in Philadelphia, however in this case the balcony was divided into right and left halves, i.e. it essentially had a section removed in the middle. The projection booth was situated in the rear wall between the left and right halves of the balcony for a straight-on projection to the movie screen.

Grauman sold the Million Dollar in 1924 to focus his attention on Hollywood and the Egyptian and Chinese theatres. Paramount, the new owner of the Million Dollar, closed the theatre in 1930 owing to the Great Depression. Metropolitan Theatres took over in 1945, and by 1950 instituted a policy that it exclusively entertain Spanish-speaking audiences. In 1946 Metropolitan modernized the lobby: the grand double-height murals on the lobby walls, introductory scenes from The King of the Golden River, were covered-up, and a drop ceiling halved the height of the lobby, hiding the vaulted ceiling above. As of 2019 the murals still exist behind the false lobby walls.

1960s Lobby with drop ceiling
1960s Lobby with drop ceiling

Metropolitan closed the theatre in 1993 and a church took on the lease for five years. Thereafter the church moved to the State Theatre on Broadway in 1998, however damage during their occupation of the Million Dollar allegedly included painting over murals and other interior decorations.

After being shuttered in 1998 the theatre was leased by former nightclub owner Robert Voskanian in 2005 and re-opened in 2008 for special events, concerts, and movie screenings. Business was intermittent and Voskanian relinquished his lease in 2012. From 2012 to 2017 the theatre was used for occasional one-off events, screenings, and location shoots. As of late 2017 the theatre, the Edison Building, and the adjoining Grand Central Market were sold to Beverly Hills investor Adam Daneshgar’s company Langdon Street Capital.

Slightly prior to Daneshgar’s purchase the theatre had advertised a new tenant: CoBird Link opens in new window, who described themselves as “a global media company with an immersive social commerce & entertainment platform for millennials”. CoBird signed a five-year lease and stated they planned to use the theatre space as an entertainment venue however only two public events took place during their tenancy, which ended approximately June 2019.

In early 2019 Langdon Street Capital sought to nominate the Million Dollar Theatre for Historic-Cultural Monument status. The Los Angeles Historic Theatre Foundation Link opens in new window helped facilitate the nomination, and in early July 2019 the Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously in favor of granting the theatre Historic-Cultural Monument status. As of July 2019 the owners are seeking new tenants.

 Movie, TV & Music Video Appearances

Movies

Television

 Listed/Landmark Building Status

 How do I visit the Million Dollar Theatre?

As of March 2017 The Million Dollar Theatre does not offer its own tours however the Los Angeles Conservancy’s Last Remaining Seats program sometimes uses the theatre as a venue for screening classic films in the summer months. Pre-screening Backstage tours are often available but very limited in numbers and fill-up quickly. Check out the Last Remaining Seats website Link opens in new window for schedule and more information.

The theatre has been a regular participant in Councilmember Jose Huizar’s annual Night On Broadway event (usually the last Saturday in January) when the theatre is opened-up to the public for free and hosts a variety of live entertainment programming. Check out the Night On Broadway website Link opens in new window for more details.

Upcoming Special Events
Cinema Phantasmagoria: “Zombieland”

Cinema Phantasmagoria: “Zombieland” (11th October 2019, 7pm)

A shy student trying to reach his family in Ohio, a gun-toting tough guy trying to find the last Twinkie, and a pair of sisters trying to get to an amusement park join forces to travel across a zombie-filled America.

Cinema Phantasmagoria is an immersive experience where guests step into a haunted 1920’s movie palace where time stands still. Sinister ushers, strolling musicians, a demonic barber and an undead Master of Ceremonies will entertain as you hit the bar before settling in to watch a modern classic horror film. And, if you dare, take the spine-chilling Backstage Ghost Tour and step into the depths of the gothic and cursed Million Dollar Theatre.

BACKSTAGE GHOST TOUR: After a movie premiere in 1921, a mistress to a silent movie star was buried underneath the theater. Her name was Lilly Lavender. Was it a murder…? Was it an accident…? Only our Paranormal Experts know the truth. Take a journey below the Million Dollar Theatre stage as you relive the final moments of poor Lilly Lavender whose spirit can still be summoned for all those who truly believe in ghosts. (Please note: this tour is not ADA-accessible.)

ADVANCE TICKET INFO: General Admission - $22, Reserved Section - $28, Backstage Ghost Tour - $12.

DOOR TICKET INFO: General Admission - $27, Reserved Section - $33, Backstage Ghost Tour - $15.

TIME: Doors 5:30pm, Movie 7pm, Movie 9pm. This event is 21+ only.

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Cinema Phantasmagoria: “Hocus Pocus”

Cinema Phantasmagoria: “Hocus Pocus” (12th October 2019, 6pm)

A curious youngster moves to Salem, where he struggles to fit in before awakening a trio of diabolical witches that were executed in the 17th century.

Cinema Phantasmagoria is an immersive experience where guests step into a haunted 1920’s movie palace where time stands still. Sinister ushers, strolling musicians, a demonic barber and an undead Master of Ceremonies will entertain as you hit the bar before settling in to watch a modern classic horror film. And, if you dare, take the spine-chilling Backstage Ghost Tour and step into the depths of the gothic and cursed Million Dollar Theatre.

ABOUT THE BACKSTAGE GHOST TOUR: After a movie premiere in 1921, a mistress to a silent movie star was buried underneath the theater. Her name was Lilly Lavender. Was it a murder…? Was it an accident…? Only our Paranormal Experts know the truth. Take a journey below the Million Dollar Theatre stage as you relive the final moments of poor Lilly Lavender whose spirit can still be summoned for all those who truly believe in ghosts. (Please note: this tour is not ADA-accessible.)

ADVANCE TICKET INFO: General Admission - $22, Reserved Section - $28, Backstage Ghost Tour - $12.

DOOR TICKET INFO: General Admission - $27, Reserved Section - $33, Backstage Ghost Tour - $15.

TIME: Doors 5pm, Movie 6pm, Movie 8:30pm. This event is 21+ only.

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Cinema Phantasmagoria: “A Nightmare on Elm Street”

Cinema Phantasmagoria: “A Nightmare on Elm Street” (13th October 2019, 6pm)

The monstrous spirit of a slain janitor seeks revenge by invading the dreams of teenagers whose parents were responsible for his untimely death.

Cinema Phantasmagoria is an immersive experience where guests step into a haunted 1920’s movie palace where time stands still. Sinister ushers, strolling musicians, a demonic barber and an undead Master of Ceremonies will entertain as you hit the bar before settling in to watch a modern classic horror film. And, if you dare, take the spine-chilling Backstage Ghost Tour and step into the depths of the gothic and cursed Million Dollar Theatre.

ABOUT THE BACKSTAGE GHOST TOUR: After a movie premiere in 1921, a mistress to a silent movie star was buried underneath the theater. Her name was Lilly Lavender. Was it a murder…? Was it an accident…? Only our Paranormal Experts know the truth. Take a journey below the Million Dollar Theatre stage as you relive the final moments of poor Lilly Lavender whose spirit can still be summoned for all those who truly believe in ghosts. (Please note: this tour is not ADA-accessible.)

ADVANCE TICKET INFO: General Admission - $22, Reserved Section - $28, Backstage Ghost Tour - $12.

DOOR TICKET INFO: General Admission - $27, Reserved Section - $33, Backstage Ghost Tour - $15.

TIME: Doors 5pm, Movie 6pm, Movie 8:30pm. This event is 21+ only.

Click here to go to the event website. Link opens in new window




Cinema Phantasmagoria: “Saw”

Cinema Phantasmagoria: “Saw” (18th October 2019, 7pm)

Two strangers, who awaken in a room with no recollection of how they got there, soon discover they’re pawns in a deadly game perpetrated by a notorious serial killer.

Cinema Phantasmagoria is an immersive experience where guests step into a haunted 1920’s movie palace where time stands still. Sinister ushers, strolling musicians, a demonic barber and an undead Master of Ceremonies will entertain as you hit the bar before settling in to watch a modern classic horror film. And, if you dare, take the spine-chilling Backstage Ghost Tour and step into the depths of the gothic and cursed Million Dollar Theatre.

ABOUT THE BACKSTAGE GHOST TOUR: After a movie premiere in 1921, a mistress to a silent movie star was buried underneath the theater. Her name was Lilly Lavender. Was it a murder…? Was it an accident…? Only our Paranormal Experts know the truth. Take a journey below the Million Dollar Theatre stage as you relive the final moments of poor Lilly Lavender whose spirit can still be summoned for all those who truly believe in ghosts. (Please note: this tour is not ADA-accessible.)

ADVANCE TICKET INFO: General Admission - $22, Reserved Section - $28, Backstage Ghost Tour - $12.

DOOR TICKET INFO: General Admission - $27, Reserved Section - $33, Backstage Ghost Tour - $15.

TIME: Doors 5:30pm, Movie 7pm, Movie 9pm. This event is 21+ only.

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Cinema Phantasmagoria: “Bram Stocker’s Dracula”

Cinema Phantasmagoria: “Bram Stocker’s Dracula” (19th October 2019, 6pm)

The centuries old vampire Count Dracula comes to England to seduce his barrister Jonathan Harker’s fiancée Mina Murray and inflict havoc in the foreign land.

Cinema Phantasmagoria is an immersive experience where guests step into a haunted 1920’s movie palace where time stands still. Sinister ushers, strolling musicians, a demonic barber and an undead Master of Ceremonies will entertain as you hit the bar before settling in to watch a modern classic horror film. And, if you dare, take the spine-chilling Backstage Ghost Tour and step into the depths of the gothic and cursed Million Dollar Theatre.

ABOUT THE BACKSTAGE GHOST TOUR: After a movie premiere in 1921, a mistress to a silent movie star was buried underneath the theater. Her name was Lilly Lavender. Was it a murder…? Was it an accident…? Only our Paranormal Experts know the truth. Take a journey below the Million Dollar Theatre stage as you relive the final moments of poor Lilly Lavender whose spirit can still be summoned for all those who truly believe in ghosts. (Please note: this tour is not ADA-accessible.)

ADVANCE TICKET INFO: General Admission - $22, Reserved Section - $28, Backstage Ghost Tour - $12.

DOOR TICKET INFO: General Admission - $27, Reserved Section - $33, Backstage Ghost Tour - $15.

TIME: Doors 5pm, Movie 6pm, Movie 8:30pm. This event is 21+ only.

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Cinema Phantasmagoria: “The Thing”

Cinema Phantasmagoria: “The Thing” (20th October 2019, 6pm)

A research team in Antarctica is hunted by a shape-shifting alien that assumes the appearance of its victims.

Cinema Phantasmagoria is an immersive experience where guests step into a haunted 1920’s movie palace where time stands still. Sinister ushers, strolling musicians, a demonic barber and an undead Master of Ceremonies will entertain as you hit the bar before settling in to watch a modern classic horror film. And, if you dare, take the spine-chilling Backstage Ghost Tour and step into the depths of the gothic and cursed Million Dollar Theatre.

ABOUT THE BACKSTAGE GHOST TOUR: After a movie premiere in 1921, a mistress to a silent movie star was buried underneath the theater. Her name was Lilly Lavender. Was it a murder…? Was it an accident…? Only our Paranormal Experts know the truth. Take a journey below the Million Dollar Theatre stage as you relive the final moments of poor Lilly Lavender whose spirit can still be summoned for all those who truly believe in ghosts. (Please note: this tour is not ADA-accessible.)

ADVANCE TICKET INFO: General Admission - $22, Reserved Section - $28, Backstage Ghost Tour - $12.

DOOR TICKET INFO: General Admission - $27, Reserved Section - $33, Backstage Ghost Tour - $15.

TIME: Doors 5pm, Movie 6pm, Movie 8:30pm. This event is 21+ only.

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Cinema Phantasmagoria: “Shaun of the Dead”

Cinema Phantasmagoria: “Shaun of the Dead” (25th October 2019, 8pm)

A man’s uneventful life is disrupted by the zombie apocalypse.

Cinema Phantasmagoria is an immersive experience where guests step into a haunted 1920’s movie palace where time stands still. Sinister ushers, strolling musicians, a demonic barber and an undead Master of Ceremonies will entertain as you hit the bar before settling in to watch a modern classic horror film. And, if you dare, take the spine-chilling Backstage Ghost Tour and step into the depths of the gothic and cursed Million Dollar Theatre.

ABOUT THE BACKSTAGE GHOST TOUR: After a movie premiere in 1921, a mistress to a silent movie star was buried underneath the theater. Her name was Lilly Lavender. Was it a murder…? Was it an accident…? Only our Paranormal Experts know the truth. Take a journey below the Million Dollar Theatre stage as you relive the final moments of poor Lilly Lavender whose spirit can still be summoned for all those who truly believe in ghosts. (Please note: this tour is not ADA-accessible.)

ADVANCE TICKET INFO: General Admission - $22, Reserved Section - $28, Backstage Ghost Tour - $12.

DOOR TICKET INFO: General Admission - $27, Reserved Section - $33, Backstage Ghost Tour - $15.

TIME: Doors 5:30pm, Movie 7pm, Movie 9pm. This event is 21+ only.

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Cinema Phantasmagoria: “Beetlejuice”

Cinema Phantasmagoria: “Beetlejuice” (26th October 2019, 6pm)

The spirits of a deceased couple are harassed by an unbearable family that has moved into their home, and hire a malicious spirit to drive them out.

Cinema Phantasmagoria is an immersive experience where guests step into a haunted 1920’s movie palace where time stands still. Sinister ushers, strolling musicians, a demonic barber and an undead Master of Ceremonies will entertain as you hit the bar before settling in to watch a modern classic horror film. And, if you dare, take the spine-chilling Backstage Ghost Tour and step into the depths of the gothic and cursed Million Dollar Theatre.

ABOUT THE BACKSTAGE GHOST TOUR: After a movie premiere in 1921, a mistress to a silent movie star was buried underneath the theater. Her name was Lilly Lavender. Was it a murder…? Was it an accident…? Only our Paranormal Experts know the truth. Take a journey below the Million Dollar Theatre stage as you relive the final moments of poor Lilly Lavender whose spirit can still be summoned for all those who truly believe in ghosts. (Please note: this tour is not ADA-accessible.)

ADVANCE TICKET INFO: General Admission - $22, Reserved Section - $28, Backstage Ghost Tour - $12.

DOOR TICKET INFO: General Admission - $27, Reserved Section - $33, Backstage Ghost Tour - $15.

TIME: Doors 5pm, Movie 6pm, Movie 8:30pm. This event is 21+ only.

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Cinema Phantasmagoria: “The Conjuring”

Cinema Phantasmagoria: “The Conjuring” (27th October 2019, 6pm)

Paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren work to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in their farmhouse.

Cinema Phantasmagoria is an immersive experience where guests step into a haunted 1920’s movie palace where time stands still. Sinister ushers, strolling musicians, a demonic barber and an undead Master of Ceremonies will entertain as you hit the bar before settling in to watch a modern classic horror film. And, if you dare, take the spine-chilling Backstage Ghost Tour and step into the depths of the gothic and cursed Million Dollar Theatre.

ABOUT THE BACKSTAGE GHOST TOUR: After a movie premiere in 1921, a mistress to a silent movie star was buried underneath the theater. Her name was Lilly Lavender. Was it a murder…? Was it an accident…? Only our Paranormal Experts know the truth. Take a journey below the Million Dollar Theatre stage as you relive the final moments of poor Lilly Lavender whose spirit can still be summoned for all those who truly believe in ghosts. (Please note: this tour is not ADA-accessible.)

ADVANCE TICKET INFO: General Admission - $22, Reserved Section - $28, Backstage Ghost Tour - $12.

DOOR TICKET INFO: General Admission - $27, Reserved Section - $33, Backstage Ghost Tour - $15.

TIME: Doors 5pm, Movie 6pm, Movie 8:30pm. This event is 21+ only.

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Cinema Phantasmagoria: “Sleepy Hollow”

Cinema Phantasmagoria: “Sleepy Hollow” (30th October 2019, 7pm)

Ichabod Crane is sent to Sleepy Hollow to investigate the decapitations of three people, with the culprit being the legendary apparition, The Headless Horseman.

Cinema Phantasmagoria is an immersive experience where guests step into a haunted 1920’s movie palace where time stands still. Sinister ushers, strolling musicians, a demonic barber and an undead Master of Ceremonies will entertain as you hit the bar before settling in to watch a modern classic horror film. And, if you dare, take the spine-chilling Backstage Ghost Tour and step into the depths of the gothic and cursed Million Dollar Theatre.

ABOUT THE BACKSTAGE GHOST TOUR: After a movie premiere in 1921, a mistress to a silent movie star was buried underneath the theater. Her name was Lilly Lavender. Was it a murder…? Was it an accident…? Only our Paranormal Experts know the truth. Take a journey below the Million Dollar Theatre stage as you relive the final moments of poor Lilly Lavender whose spirit can still be summoned for all those who truly believe in ghosts. (Please note: this tour is not ADA-accessible.)

ADVANCE TICKET INFO: General Admission - $22, Reserved Section - $28, Backstage Ghost Tour - $12.

DOOR TICKET INFO: General Admission - $27, Reserved Section - $33, Backstage Ghost Tour - $15.

TIME: Doors 5:30m, Movie 7pm, Movie 9pm. This event is 21+ only.

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Cinema Phantasmagoria: “It”

Cinema Phantasmagoria: “It” (31st October 2019, 6pm)

In the summer of 1989, a group of bullied kids band together to destroy a shape-shifting monster, which disguises itself as a clown and preys on the children of Derry, their small Maine town.

Cinema Phantasmagoria is an immersive experience where guests step into a haunted 1920’s movie palace where time stands still. Sinister ushers, strolling musicians, a demonic barber and an undead Master of Ceremonies will entertain as you hit the bar before settling in to watch a modern classic horror film. And, if you dare, take the spine-chilling Backstage Ghost Tour and step into the depths of the gothic and cursed Million Dollar Theatre.

ABOUT THE BACKSTAGE GHOST TOUR: After a movie premiere in 1921, a mistress to a silent movie star was buried underneath the theater. Her name was Lilly Lavender. Was it a murder…? Was it an accident…? Only our Paranormal Experts know the truth. Take a journey below the Million Dollar Theatre stage as you relive the final moments of poor Lilly Lavender whose spirit can still be summoned for all those who truly believe in ghosts. (Please note: this tour is not ADA-accessible.)

ADVANCE TICKET INFO: General Admission - $22, Reserved Section - $28, Backstage Ghost Tour - $12.

DOOR TICKET INFO: General Admission - $27, Reserved Section - $33, Backstage Ghost Tour - $15.

TIME: Doors 5pm, Movie 6pm, Movie 8:30pm. This event is 21+ only.

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 Technical Information

Flying System
Counterweight System Wire guide single purchase counterweight system operated from Stage Right; limited weight capacity.
Grid Height 82ft
Linesets 24
General Information
Seating Capacity (current) Main Floor 1,216; Balcony 808; Total 2,024.
Seating Capacity (original) Main Floor 1,400; Balcony 945; Total 2,345.
Lighting
Lighting System 4 border lights over stage; hard-wired to old stage lighting board located Down Stage Right; balcony rail and box booms for hanging additional lighting; no house dimmer circuits or DMX available.
Stage Dimensions
Proscenium Height 40ft at center, 20ft at sides
Proscenium Width 40ft
Stage Depth 35ft
Historic Photos & Documents

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 Photos of the Million Dollar Theatre

Auditorium - Balcony

Auditorium - Orchestra

Auditorium Closeups

Backstage

Exterior

Lobby and Public Areas



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