Lighthouse Theatre
Holladay, Utah

Dan Whitley renovated the old Power Plant disco club at the south end of Cottonwood Mall and opened it as the Lighthouse Theatre on 28 November 1995.

Villa Theatre
Salt Lake City, Utah

The historic Villa Theatre opened in 1949, showing the black and white film "Prince of Foxes."  In 1961 the Villa became the only theater in Utah to show Cinerama.  The theater closed 18 February 2003 and has been renovated as a beautiful rug gallery.

 
   
 

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News Articles
E. J. (Edra Jean) Helps Show Go On for Attic's Reopening
Tiffany's Attic Theatre Restaurant (Salt Lake City)
18 October 1977, Deseret News
 
Tiffany's Attic Will Reopen
Tiffany's Attic Theatre Restaurant (Salt Lake City)
07 October 1977, Deseret News
 
Tiffany's Attic Closed Once More?
Tiffany's Attic Theatre Restaurant (Salt Lake City)
06 January 1979, Deseret News
 
'Attic' Turns to Local Talent
Tiffany's Attic Theatre Restaurant (Salt Lake City)
10 November 1978, Deseret News
 
Crazy Goat Saloon for sale: $3.1 million
Glass Factory Theatre (Salt Lake City)
19 December 2003, Deseret News
 
S. L. Reaching For Sky Amid Builder's Cheers
Flick Theatre (Salt Lake City), Glass Factory Theatre (Salt Lake City), Tiffany's Attic Theatre Restaurant (Salt Lake City), Trolley Square Cinemas (Salt Lake City), Trolley Theatres (Salt Lake City), UA Fashion Place Cinemas (Murray), Uptown Theatre (Salt Lake City)
25 November 1972, Deseret News
 
Troupe to Perform 'Hamlet'
Glass Factory Theatre (Salt Lake City)
08 September 1978, Deseret News
 
'Dracula' Tickets on Sale Thursday
Glass Factory Theatre (Salt Lake City)
24 October 1972, Deseret News