Denver, CO Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
This old theater called the Mayan in Denver resembles the Mayan in Los Angeles from the blade neon to the
Boulder, CO Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
The Boulder Theatre in Boulder, CO is still open amidst
a revitalized downtown. Best of all, the neon at this location still is
in great working order and lights up the street.
Price, UT Photo courtesy Tony Craig
At night, the flickering bulbs of the Crown
Theatre marquee light up, drawing in the crowds.
The Reel Theatre
Heber City, UT Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
The Reel Theatre in Heber City features neon lettering
on its front advertising board.
New Castle, WY Photo and info courtesy Larry Glass
The Dogie Theatre and this marquee is located in New Castle, WY. The "dogie" winks at night. It lights one eye, lights the other eye, then both. Check out this shot of the "dogie" lit up in neon. Information about the theatre can be found at the Dogie Theatre website. 12-07
Moscow, ID Photo courtesy Candace Courts
The Nuart Theatre is a familiar sight to see along Main Street in downtown Moscow, ID with its glowing marquee. The Nuart opened as a movie house in 1935 and was home to many a first-run movie. The Nuart closed its doors in 1999 then reopened under the new ownership of Community Christian Ministries in 2004.
Today, the Nuart Theatre serves as home to a non-profit outreach ministry that uses the former theatre as an outreach center and street ministry. The Nuart Theatre was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001. For more information on the latest incarnation of the Nuart, see this website. 05-09