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Neon theatres Arizona


Fox Theatre
Tucson, AZ
Photo courtesy Mike

Fox Theatres always hold a special spot in roadside lore. This Fox Theatre still lights up the night in downtown Tucson, AZ. Check out more Fox Theatres from across the country here.



Globe Theatre
Globe, AZ
Photo courtesy Don Lewis

Here's a photo of the Globe Theatre and its marquee lit up at night. The Globe theatre dates back to 1917. Unfortunately, on July 16, 2005, a downtown fire destroyed much of the building, though the front facade was saved. Unfortunately the building that housed the Java Junction Coffee Shop next door was completely destroyed by the fire. Word is that grants are in progress to help restore the Globe.



Grand Theatre
Douglas, AZ
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The Grand Theatre located in the downtown area of Douglas, AZ opened in 1919. Designed by architect M. Eugene Durfee, the art deco theatre was home to live stage events and movies until it closed in1958. The Grand Theatre was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. For a time, the Grand Theatre was considered to be the largest and most beautiful theatre between Los Angeles and San Antonio..










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