Endicott Performing Arts Center
102 Washington Avenue,
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Endicott Performing Arts Center (Official)
Architects: Giles P. Greene
Functions: Performing Arts
Previous Names: Lyric Theater, Towne Theater
The Lyric Theater in Endicott, NY was built in 1917. It became the Towne Theater on February 10, 1967. As the Towne, it had 444 seats in the orchestra section and 222 in the balcony. The theater also had a pressed tin ceiling. Loews closed this and the Cinema Endicott at the time they opened the Town Square 9 in Vestal, on the site of their old V Drive-In. It is now a live performance theater known as the Endicott Performing Arts Center.
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