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Theatres in Shreveport, LA
1.Strand Theatre Corp Of Shreveport Non
619 Louisiana Ave Ste 200
In May 1923, it was announced in the Shreveport Times that a new 2500 seat opera house would be built totaling $750, 000. In October 1923, construction began. The people causing this to happen were the Saenger Brothers and Ehrlich Brothers. The Saenger Brothers lived in Shreveport and were both pharmacists who owned and operated a drug store. In their drug store was a 1 cent coin operated "kinetograph" peepshow machine. These machines were also known as "movie-ollas". Customers dropped a penny in the machine, turned the handle, and they saw moving pictures. The Saengers became interested in moving pictures through this machine. They saw an opportunity in the movie business and after some research and contact with Ehrlich Brothers who already owned and operated Majestic theatre at 601 Milam Street, the Saengers decided to embark on a joint venture with them. Their first was the "Saenger Theatre" at 620 Milam Street ( Capri ). They had already purchased the property The Strand is located on and knew it would be an ideal location for a beautiful opera house and movie theatre. So The Strand turned out to be the "flagship" of their chain of 320 theatres in the south. It was on July 3, 1925 that the Strand Theatre opened with a production of "The Chocolate Soldier, " a comic opera. In 1927 the Saenger Brothers moved their corporate base to New Orleans, and between the years of 1928-1929, Saenger Theatres, Inc sold to Para-Paramount Publix for a reported $10 million. Today we reap the benefits of all of these efforts by many to rescue, restore and reopen this magnificent theatre. It is a treasure in our communities that has been recognized nationally first by USA Weekend and the AMC Magazine as one of the top 5 glitziest theatres for live performance anywhere in the country.
2.Shreveport Little Theatre
812 Margaret Pl
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The Shreveport Little Theatre is committed to produce a broad variety of quality, live theatre with predominantly volunteer participation from the community, with the guidance of trained artistic and managerial leadership, for the entertainment, enlightenment, and growth of the audience and the volunteer participants, and to increase community awareness of and pride in Shreveport Little Theatre The Shreveport Little Theatre & Academy celebrates its 89th consecutive season in 2010-2011. Shreveport Little Theatre, founded in 1922, is possibly the oldest CONTINUOUSLY producing community theater in America, as the theatre produced without interruption throughout the Great Depression and World War II, and after two fires, a longevity unprecedented in contemporary community theatre. From the first performance in the City Hall Auditorium in 1922, The Shreveport Little Theatre staged productions in the Jewish Synagogue, the Grand Opera House, the Auditorium of the Woman's Department Club until we built our own home and opened on March 14, 1927 at 812 Margaret Place.
3.Theatre Of Performing Arts
4005 Lakeshore Dr
4.Robinson Film Center
617 Texas St
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The Robinson Film Center is Shreveport's home for independent, foreign and classic film. Be sure to visit Abby Singer's Bistro on the second floor of RFC for lunch, dinner and drinks or get them to go and bring them into your movie! In addition to daily film programming and Abby Singer's Bistro, RFC offers film and media education to all ages.
5.Marjorie Lyons Playhouse
2911 Centenary Blvd
8400 Millicent Way
Service, theater comfort all is fine , prices too high for service & quality & comfort given ,out of state theaters have cushion reclined seats,just like home with prices ranging from $5 to $7 . So get on the ball , dont mind the prices if im getting quality service & comfort, at least give me clean
820 Clyde Fant Pkwy
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8.Rogers Little Theater
241 N Common St
9.Red River Film Society
617 Texas St
10.Vickie Roberson Theatre Vickie
233 E 67th St
11.Peter Pan Players
451 Kings Hwy
12.River City Repertory Theatre
2829 Youree Dr
River City Repertory Theatre made history when it opened Lillian Hellman's THE LITTLE FOXES on June 29 2006, becoming the first Actors' Equity sanctioned, professional theatre company in the history of the Shreveport-Bossier area. As a matter of record, we're also the first professional theatre to exist in the northern part of our State! River City Rep, through its membership in Actors' Equity, the national organization for theatre professionals, blends the best of local and national talent. River City Rep is a traditionally structured, not-for-profit organization, founded by some of Shreveport's most admired and honored theatrical talents Patric McWilliams, Anne Gremillion, Seva May, Jim Montgomery, Robert Buseick, Ruth Doreck, John Gayle, Edwin and Candace Higginbotham, Jodie Glorioso, Ashley Beckham and governed by a Community-Based Board of Directors. River City Rep opens the door to a multitude of opportunities for our local students and actors who wish to pursue careers in theatre, while also featuring guest actors, directors and designers from across the nation. The best theatre practitioners from the region can now develop their art right here in North Louisiana, thus contributing to our state's cultural economy. By tapping into an incredibly deep talent pool, River City Rep also benefits the growing film industry in Louisiana. Patrons can now experience the highest caliber of professional theatre -- right here in Shreveport!
13.Regal Cinemas Louisiana Boardwalk 14 & IMAX
2 River Colony Dr
I love louisiana boardwalk because you can get free popcorn tickets and drinks
14.East Bank Theatre
630 Barksdale Blvd
15.Md2 Technologies Limited
4101 Viking Dr Ste I
10041 Freedoms Way
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212 Texas St
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The Shreveport Opera is such a great enhancement to the Shreveport-Bossier community. It provides entertainment in the traditional form of Opera perforamances 3 times a year with many other ways of reaching the community in various programs such as the Outreach program with kids, Opera Nights, and much more! Check out the calendar to see when the SOX youth program may be at a school near you so you can see one of these entertaining and educational perfomances like "Diver City" teaching about diversity with a lesson of arts through education. Bravo to the Opera team and staff of Shreveport!
705 Elvis Presley Ave
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19.Bossier Arts Council
630 Barksdale Blvd
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The Bossier Arts Council is dedicated to promoting, supporting, and providing cultural events and programming in order to enhance the quality of life and to develop a cultural identity for Bossier Parish. Hours of Operation11am-5pm Tuesday-Saturday
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