1931 Texas Theatre - Seguin, Texas
From the theater history posted in the coming attractions cases at the theater entry:

“Built in 1929, when Seguin boasted a population of 7812, the Texas is among the few remaining classic theatres of the Twenties. Well preserved, the architecture is a Spanish Colonial motif. The interior reflects that of an open-air theatre with a star-studded sky blue ceiling and archway panels with painted trees. Interior lights are designed after lanterns, complete with their original mica panels. Seating capacity of the theatre was originally 500. Respacing of seats in 1968 rendered a capacity of 300. The exterior remains unchanged.”

The Theater re-opened for events in March of 2011 and installation of new neon lighting on the marquee/canopy was completed the following September.

Fundraising to complete projects in the theater's balcony is ongoing.

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