Monday, March 05, 2012

The Uptown Theater and over to Wisconsin Ave.

Next stop the Uptown Theater at 11:20 and step 12014. Here's a little information on the theater:

Opened by Warner Brothers on October 29, 1936, the Uptown Theater is the last movie palace in Washington, DC still showing first-run films. The Uptown is located near the Cleveland Park subway stop on the Red Line of the Metro. Many restaurants are on both sides of the street.

The theater opened with a seating capacity of 1,364 (914 seats in the orchestra and 450 in the stadium seated balcony). The Uptown Theater was designed by theater architect John Zink, a top designer of Art Deco and Art Moderne style movie houses. In 1939, Zink designed Baltimore’s historic Senator Theatre.





































I then used Siri to help me get to Wisconsin Avenue. I took Newark Street. It had some very impressive houses along the way.



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