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I remember seeing a Documentary here as part of the SF Film Festival in the early 90’s. The theater was on an upper floor, and was not very large, but a great space.
I loved this theater. I remember seeing the David Byrne concert “Stop Making Sense” with a friend here in the early 80’s, and we had a blast. Wish some of these smaller theaters were still open, I think they would have a substantial audience.
My experience was the same as butters. I went with friends to see the “Woodstock” movie, and before the movie started, we saw all of the toys of the playschool in the lower level. It was just a strange experience overall.
I loved this theater. I used to go there in the 80’s to see independent films like “Streetwise”. I loved how small and intimate the theater was, and that is the movie experience I try to replicate wherever I go. I truly wish it was still open today.