Give ‘Em Enough Rope (2017)

The State Theater — Stoughton, Massachusetts

Backstage at the theater…

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State Theater

Robert Marsala

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Please Take a Seat (2017)

The State Theater — Stoughton, Massachusetts

The Interstate Theatre Corporation chain bought this location and hired the Boston architecture firm of Funk and Wilcox to design the 1,100 seat theater at a cost of $100,000 ($1.4 million today) and The State Theatre opened on December 8, 1927.

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State Theater

Robert Marsala

Rubble (2017)

 

Brown’s Hotel — Fallsburg, New York

In March 2012, the city of Fallsburg had threatened to condemn the condominium due to numerous violations including inoperable sprinklers, fire alarms, and fire doors,[29] but the owners promised to fix the issues. On April 14, 2012 a fire broke out in an unused boiler room, eventually drawing over 43 fire companies and 300 firefighters. Today, only a small section of rooms and the dinner theater remain.

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Brown’s Hotel

Robert Marsala

Jerry Lewis Theater (2017)

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Brown’s Hotel — Fallsburg, New York

Charles and Lillian Brown named their dinner theater lounge The Jerry Lewis Theatre Club in honor of the notable comedian and family friend. Billboards along the highway encouraged motorists to “Do a Jerry Lewis – Come to Brown’s” as the celebrity was featured heavily in an advertising campaign that would contribute to the success of the resort. For years during his famous telethon, Lewis would appeal to viewers to ask “Uncle Charles and Aunt Lillian” to donate to the fight against Muscular Dystrophy and would give out the number to Brown’s Hotel.

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Brown’s Hotel

Robert Marsala