Historical Imogene Theatre needs Friends
It’s not especially large; it’s tiny compared to its modern counterparts.
And it’s not fancy. Whatever beauty it might hold comes from its simplicity, a square room with hardwood floors and whitewashed walls, natural light streaming in from rows of simple rectangular windows.
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