The Loew’s Kings Theater in Pictures

The 68,000-square-foot venue once held 3,676 seats and featured vaudeville acts and a pipe organ. It showed movies until 1977. Renovations due to start in two years hope to bring the theater back to its former glory.

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Martinez+Johnson Architecture
Artist's rendering: The Loew's Kings Theater seats nearly 3,700, and would bring some magnificance to the Brooklyn theater scene, such as it is.
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An artist's rendering of what the interior would look like when restored.
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Paul Martinka, Courtesy EDC
Real estate shot of Loew's Kings Showcase Theatre on Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn (of Tilden Avenue).
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An artist's rendering of what the exterior would look like when the renovations are complete.
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Theatre Historical Society of America-Elmhurst, Illinois; right, Richard Perry / The New York Times
Left, the theater in its former glory. Right, what it looks like today.
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