Assembly Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses (Stanley Theater)

Local nameAssembly Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses (Stanley Theater)
LocationJersey City, United States

The Stanley Theater at Kennedy Boulevard and Pavonia Avenue is near Journal Square in Jersey City, New Jersey.

The theater opened to the public on March 24, 1928. Mayor Frank Hague attended the ceremonies that evening and, with the audience, was greeted on the screen by actress Norma Talmadge. An orchestral performance, a stage show called "Sky Blues," a newsreel, and a musical piece on the Wurlitzer organ, preceded the showing of The Dove starring Talmadge and Gilbert Roland.

The Stanley was designed by architect Fred Wesley Wentworth, who is noted for designing many buildings in Paterson following the 1902 fire. When it opened, its 4,300 seats earned it the rank of the second largest theater on the East Coast, behind only New York City's Radio City Music Hall.

Tags Place of WorshipJehovah's WitnessChristian
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Coordinates 40°43'59.692" N -74°3'45.255" E

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