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While there are many abandoned theaters in New York City, the abandoned theaters of Connecticut are worth looking into.

matt lambros, photographer: Matt is an architectural photographer who began photographing abandoned buildings ten years ago. A graduate of Boston University’s

While there are many abandoned theaters in New York City, the abandoned theaters of Connecticut are worth looking into.

matt lambros, photographer: Matt is an architectural photographer who began photographing abandoned buildings ten years ago. A graduate of Boston University’s

Auditorium, Loew's Majestic Theatre, Bridgeport, Connecticut

CT, Bridgeport, Loew's Majestic Theatre - The abandoned Majestic Theater, which stood in a complex with the Poli Palce and the Savoy Hotel, was an ornate building with gilded moldings and crystal chandeliers. It closed in

The  abandoned Loew’s Palace Theatre, Bridgeport, Connecticut

- i dont understand how such a beautiful place just gets abandoned like this..

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Abandoned theatre Loew’s Palace Theatre, Bridgeport, CT by Matt Lambros Photography

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The Montauk Theatre opened on January 30, 1924 in Passaic, New Jersey on the site of a former vaudeville theatre. Architect Abram Presikel designed the theatre in the Adamesque style, and it sat 2638 people. The theatre was operated by the Fabian Enterprises theatre chain.

The Montauk Theatre opened on January 1924 in Passaic, New Jersey on the site of a former vaudeville theatre. Architect Abram Presikel designed the theatre in the Adamesque style, and it sat 2638 people. The theatre was operated by the Fabian Enterpri

The Penthouse Cinema (nee Proctor's Palace Roof Theatre) in Newark, New Jersey, closed in 1968 after the infamous Newark riots.

While most attention is paid to the abandoned theaters in New York City, the abandoned theaters of New Jersey in Newark, and Passaic are worth a look.

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