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Sawyer and Young opened the Lyceum Theater on 9 November 1903 in a small frame structure which was originally built as a school house.   The auditorium of the Lyceum had a slanted floor with a seating capacity of 250, but “another fifty could be crowded in if necessary.”  The Lyceum closed on 17 July 1910, with demolition beginning the next day, so that a new “thoroughly up-to-date show house” could open on the site in time for the next vaudeville season.

 
 
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The entrance of the Basin Drive-In, with the screen tower, sign, and ticket booth.

Photographer: Grant Smith
Date: 25 June 2005

Basin Drive-In Theater
680 North State Street
Mount Pleasant, Utah
 
Status:
Open 
Total Cars:
200 
Open:
1958  
 
The Basin Drive-In is the smallest drive-in in Utah, with a capacity of 200 cars. The drive-in was originally located in Vernal, but in 1958 Truxton Lund1 purchased the theater and moved everything (including projection equipment, screen, and sign) to Mount Pleasant.2

The Basin Drive-In is closed during the winter months but is open during the summer months.

1. "Sanpete County Theater Carries Traditional Fun", Salt Lake Tribune, 18 January 2003
2. http://www.driveinmovie.com/UT.htm