The theater stands in the middle of McGill's commercial district, which is characterized by early twentieth-century one- and two-story buildings of brick, concrete, or wood. Despite its simplicity, the theater is one of the more noteworthy structures on this street. Rectangular concrete panels, decorated with bricks laid in a diamond motif, relieve the brick facade, which rises to a curved parapet. A hexagonal ticket booth stands between two pairs of wooden doors. Like most of the other businesses along 4th Street, the theater has been empty for several years.
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