Monday, September 7, 2009

250 - A Naro Marquee

From 365 Project
The Naro Expanded Cinema is Hampton Roads Virginia's art house and revival theater, catering to local audiences interested in independent, foreign and limited release features since 1977. The Art Deco style theater was built in 1936 and originally opened as the Colley Theater. Located on Colley Avenue in Norfolk's Ghent neighborhood, the theater has been home to the area's regular screenings of the The Rocky Horror Picture Show for 30+ years. Canon G10, 1/50 sec @ f/8.0, ISO 400.


Janet, The Queen of Seaford said...

I love that theater, we saw our New Year's Day movie there this year--Milk. A great place to see Rocky Horror!

Sharon said...

Rocky Horror is one of my favourite films and stage shows.

I'd love to go see it on the stage in the US at somewhere like this.

CIOPhoto said...

Janet, thanks so much for being such a loyal follower of the blog. Sharon, I appreciate all of your comments to my various recent posts. Both of you know how much we all crave comments. Thanks!