Historic Vermont Theaters
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Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Burlington, VT
Located in an an early 20th century Art Deco theater in the heart of Burlington's historic district, the Flynn Center is a full-service home for the performing arts in the region; offers a wide range of cultural and educational experiences; and nurtures the creative development of performing artists.
The Paramount Theater, Rutland, VT
Built in 1912 & 1913 by George T. Chaffee, the Theatre opened on January 16, 1914. The classical style exterior architecture of the building reflected the "City Beautiful" movement of the time, while the interior took on the look of a Victorian opera house. The theatre provided seating for 1000 patrons in the orchestra, balcony, and 6 boxes flanking the proscenium arch. After ups and downs of the late 20th century, today, the Paramount Theatre has assumed its role as an arts, cultural, and educational leader, and as a significant and valuable community resource.
The Latchis Theater, Brattleboro, VT
The Latchis Theatre and Latchis Hotel are part of the historic Latchis Memorial Building, built in 1938 as "A Town within a Town - Under One Roof," and listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings. The Latchis has been creating community through culture since 1938. They offer 4 screens, 3 stages, and 2 galleries for community events, performances, and exhibitions.