Although altered many times, the Chaka Theater retains much of its original terracotta facade with porthole windows, a curvilinear parapet roofline, and an arched entry. The Art Deco trim is highlighted with floral-based electric lights. The original domed, pressed metal ceiling has been covered with Celotex to aid acoustics. Another acoustical addition has been a “cry room” for babies in one of Colorado's last smalltown, family-owned movie theaters.
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