A charming little theater built at the beginning of the 20th century. The theatrical history of the site actually dates way back two centuries further back in time. Multiple theater structures were built before it. The one before the current built had to be demolished due to incurable deterioration. A few years after it's construction the style was rated as 'to modern' by the people. So pretty quickly after they transformed the theater giving it an art deco style. In the mid-century, it lost its main purpose. It was only used as a cinema. Later it got restored to its original state and use as a theater. Sadly it suffered heavy damage due to an earthquake two decades later. It made it seriously uninhabitable causing collapses in the back and deep cracks in the bearing walls.
Theater hall overview from the central balcony. With a good sight at the charming ceiling chandelier.
Interesting lines inside the theater's hallways.
Collapsed emergency stairwell roof.
Red suede doors with the theater hall behind it.
The theater walls showed enormous cracks in the walls.
Nicely decorated stairwell going to the theater's balconies.
A view from the balcony towards the three entrance doors of the theater.