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The future of the historic Lansdowne Theater will soon be brighter thanks to a grant from Delaware County Council that will fund restoration of the theater marquee.
The marquee frames the entrance to the Hollywood Moorish-style theater, which the current owners hope to transform into a venue for live music concerts, performances by local non-profit groups and cinema.
On Thursday, Oct. 20, Delaware County Council presented a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for $126,500 to restore the marquee to its original splendor, and to make it energy-efficient with 98 LED lights instead of the original incandescent bulbs.
County Council presented the check to Historic Lansdowne Theater Corporation and its executive director, Matt Schultz, at a celebration and tour held Thursday at the theater at 31 N. Lansdowne Ave.
“The revitalization of our first-generation communities is an ongoing priority for Delaware County Council. We are pleased that we can contribute to the preservation of remarkable buildings like the Lansdowne Theater, and to support cultural endeavors that draw people to our towns,” said Council Chairman Jack Whelan.
“But this theater, in all its Hollywood-style grandeur, is much more than a building. It’s a cultural center that will bring people together, just as it did decades ago, when it was a movie theater. We look forward to the day when people from across the county come here to see a concert, to visit the local restaurants and stores, to work here, and to have fun here. When people come here for a modern-day concert, they’ll also be getting a dose of local history.”
Joining Council at the celebration were several artists who are eager to once again see the names of performers up in lights on the Lansdowne marquee, including local music artists Patricia and Orlando Haddad, known as the Brazilian music duo Minas. Renowned concert promoters Bill Rogers and Herb Spivak, founding partner of Philadelphia’s Electric Factory, also touted the benefits of having a concert venue in a local community.
“As a county, we are blessed to have communities that are so rich in culture and history,” Chairman Whelan said. “During tough economic times, it’s hard to find funding, but by working together, we can preserve our landmarks like the Lansdowne Theater, and find a new use for them that serves our residents.”
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