Mount Vernon’s Lincoln Theatre
Check Out the Current Events at this Mount Vernon Landmark
The Lincoln Theatre began its notoriety as a vaudeville and silent movie house. It is an architectural delight in the modified Renaissance Revival style. It opened on April 21, 1926. Over time it has seen its share of vaudeville shows, silent movies, and “talkies.” It was so well known that many films would open there, including The Jazz Singer with Al Jolson and the Shirley Temple movies. The original Wurlitzer Organ, which was purchased in 1926 for $22,500, can still be seen today. There are only 98 of them still in their original theaters in the United States.
Today, with the quarantine going on, you can still see shows. They are live streaming from the theater and will resume their regular schedule as soon as possible. For more information, visit the Lincoln Theatre website or contact them at (360) 336-2858.
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