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1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 92 (80)

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition
1947-48 Theatre Catalog
1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 92
Page 92

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 92

GENEHAL VIEW OF LOBBY. The glass doors at the rear right are parallel to the sidewalk and the heavy pedestrian trot-tic passes along the- entire theatre tront. This extends the width oi the auditorium with both lobby and foyer in clear view. Tickettselling counter is shown at the left rear.

BUILT-IN FURNITURE of modern design and complementary lamps are extensively used in the foyer and lounge. The effect of the visual front at the street line, with both lobby and foyer completely visible from the street, is continued in the mirror walls that extend right up to the ceiling.

THE ALCOVE LOUNGE is a continuation of the foyer, with entrances to rest rooms at the right and a candy and beverage stand at the left. Lobby, ioyer, lounge, and rest rooms are all on the street level. The powder room (not shown) light finishes, in the paneling and furniture. are used.

LOOKING FROM THE POYER into the lobby. the street entrance is at the right. Cashiers work at the curving ticket-selling counter in the far left corner of the lobby. The solid door beyond leads to the manager's office from which a second door gives direct access to the theatre's auditorium.

THE FOYER is done in subdued tones, with Woodsman green predominating, with complementary colors being picked up in the furnishings? The picture window at the right is part of the visual front. Doors at the rear lead to the lobby, those at the left are used as entrances to the auditorium.

LOOKING FROM THE LOBBY across the loyer. The window, looking out on the street, forms the left wall. At right is a mirror wall, with entrances to the auditorium on either side. The exit doors (rear left) lead to a small stone court. Beyond is an alcove lounge, rest rooms, and candy bar.

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1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 92