Cascade Theater

Local nameCascade Theater
LocationRedding, California, USA

The Cascade Theatre is a prominent example of the Art Deco style in Redding, California. The cinema was designed by J. Lloyd Conrich of San Francisco in 1934 for the Naify family, who operated the Golden State Theaters chain of movie theaters in northern California, which later became the United Artists Theaters. The new cinema was built in 1935 by Salih Brothers and opened on August 9 with 1348 seats. It was the first air conditioned public building in Redding. In 1979 the large house was subdivided into four smaller theaters, and in 1997 it closed. The Cascade Theatre reopened in 2004 after it was purchased by Southern Oregon University and the JPR Foundation. The house was restored to its original configuration and it is used as a community auditorium and arts center.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cascade_Theatre

Address 1725 Market St, Redding 96001, United States

Coordinates 40°34'55.122" N -122°23'22.062" E

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