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1945 Theatre Catalog, 4th Edition, Page 89 (67)

1945 Theatre Catalog, 4th Edition
1945 Theatre Catalog
1945 Theatre Catalog, 4th Edition, Page 89
Page 89


1945 Theatre Catalog, 4th Edition, Page 89

and soda bar of the theatre, as well as playing to

' outside patronage from the street. As a waiting room while cars are parked, or as a neighborhood meeting place, its advantages are obvious.

Where parking is not considered essential or where some other entrance to the parking era can he worked out there is no reason why this gardenlounge could not tie together the coffee shop and the theatre into an interdependent enterprise with profit to each part. The open, inviting effect of such'a plan would be certain to attract patronage t0 the area.

Where such a parking entrance is used, attention should he directed to the advantage of the structural glass parking marquee which will provide protection to the arriving or departing patrons during inclement

weather.

NOTE THE THREE SETS OF STRUCTURAL GLASS DOORS THROUGH THE LOBBY AND FOYER AND INTO THE AUDITORIUM. ALSO THE FACT THAT A MINIMUM OF DECORATION WOULD BE NEEDED IN THE AUDITORIUM ITSELF AS A CONTRAST TO THE BRILLIANCE OF THE LIGHTED SILHOUETTES OR ETCHED MURALS THAT WOULD BE POSSIBLE IN THE FOYER AND LOBBY AREAS. THE VTURRET TOP" BOX OFFICE HAS POSSIBILITIES FOR OTHER MODERN THEATRE PLANS.



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