Del Oro Theatre
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Recent photo: View link. I worked at the Del Oro Theater for several months in I was the maintenance and janitorial manager working for the Getzes. They were really nice people to work for. It was a joy to clean up the theater every day and get her ready for showtime!
Local News January 8, The letters on the tower now glow gold at night; they had glowed green since The neon lights in both the tower and the marquee would often burn out and require repair. But the work was also motivated by a desire to recapture some of the history of the building. Construction started on the theater, which is located on Mill Street at the corner of Neal Street, in and was completed around It was designed in an Art Deco modern style, a streamlined style characterized by smooth lines and geometric shapes. He recommended a shade of burgundy that was reminiscent of colors used during the Art Deco modern period; that color, he said, would stand out more on the tower.
Renovated into a triplex in the s, two additional theaters were added, giving the Del Oro a total of seats. During construction, much of the beautiful art deco design and intricate mural work was either covered up or removed but in the original theater, one ceiling mural remains, along with a giant, disc-shaped light fixture that used to change color with the seasons. Out the side door is a fire escape, rumored to be the location of a tragic end of a woman who either fell or was pushed to the concrete below. Employees, even the most skeptical ones, insist that out of several legends of untimely deaths and subsequent hauntings in the theater, this is the one that spooks them the most. A peek in the projection room another site with a decent ghost story about a projectionist who perished inside during a freak fire reveals it neatly littered with old, obsolete bulbs and equipment.
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