Welcome to the Granby Theater, where memories are created. This unique and one-of-a-kind venue was constructed 100 years ago under the direction of an Italian immigrant, Mr. Feroni. Originally, the theater was named The Virginian and was built for small plays, one act operas, and vaudeville shows. Granby Street was “Theater Row” in those days, and each theater would sell out nightly to thousands of sharply dressed visitors.
The theater’s design included cat walks above the ceiling which provided access above the ceiling to hang props, special effects, and acrobatic equipment for live performers and those features are in use today to provide our guests with great flexibility for events. Interestingly enough, Granby Theater was one the first buildings in the south to have air conditioning and fire suppression systems. As time went by, silent films became popular, and an organist would play seated behind the latticework of gold walls to the right of the stage. “Talkies,” or modern day movies, were shown some time later- including Saturday morning matinees for the kids.
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