Silver Screen

The pink neon lights of the Rio Theatre beckon movie goers who want to enjoy current films in a vintage splendor that recalls the 1940s Palm Beach look. The theater, in downtown Overland Park, Kansas, was restored and re-opened to show movies in 2000. It’s a real movie palace!

Isis Theater was built in 1899 in Victor, Colorado, and featured live entertainment. Today it no longer features shows, but has been turned into a free museum with antiques, and nostalgic movie collectibles.

Built in 1935, this Art Deco theater is still in operation. It has a single screen and seats almost 700 people.

The late afternoon sun casts bold shadows on the rooftop of the iconic Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in downtown, Kansas City, Missouri, at 16th and Broadway. The center is near the Power and Light Center, the Sprint Center and the Crossroads Arts District.

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