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1950-51 Theatre Catalog, 9th Edition, Page 76 (56)

1950-51 Theatre Catalog, 9th Edition
1950-51 Theatre Catalog
1950-51 Theatre Catalog, 9th Edition, Page 76
Page 76

1950-51 Theatre Catalog, 9th Edition, Page 76

PLAZA Washington, D. C.

Opened May 1, 1950, the Plaza serves the entertainment needs of a primarily uppervclass patronage with international

art films. It makes up in luxury whatever it lacks in size.

The front of the concrete brick, and plaster structure is stainless steel and glass. Lighting is fluorescent and cold cathode.

Rubber mats protect the terrazzo floor of the lobby, and one wall is figured with

REFERENCE DATA OWNER: Plaza Theatre Corp. OPERATOR: Samuel F. Roth. DESIGNER: W: L. Drevo. i SEATING CAPACITY: 295. SIZE OF LOT: 25' x 115'.

Carpets: Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co. Chairs: Heywood-Wakefield Co.

Curtain Controls & Track: Vallen, Inc. Decorator: Paramount Decorating Co. Draperies &: Stage Curtains: Paramount Decorating Co.

Lenses: Projection Optics Co., Inc. Lighting Fixtures: Voigt Co., Rem-Lite, Inc.

Projection Lamps: Strong Electric Co. Projection Machines: Motiograph, Inc. Rewinders: Goldberg Bros.

Screen: B. F. Shearer Co. Cycloramic. Sign & Marquee: Claude Neon Sign Go. Sign Letters: Wagner Sign Service, Inc. Sound: Motiograph, Inc.

Supply Dealer: J. F. Dusman Co.

Ticket Issuing Machine: General Register Corp.

Ticket Chopper: General Register Corp. Wall Fabrics: Paramount Decorating Co.; Frankel Associates, Inc.; Maharam Fab ric Corp.

abstract designs. Above the doors leading into foyer are scenes of the nation's capitol. Lighting is gold fluorescent.

Off the pastel-colored foyer are a mirrored lounge with floral displays, tiled rest rooms, an art gallery, and a special television lounge. Doors in center lead into the 295-seat auditorium.
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