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2428 West Antelope Drive
Syracuse, Utah  84075
(801) 773-2254
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Bill and Marilyn Brown opened the original Little Brown Theatre in 1998, across the street from their Villa Playhouse Theatre in Springville.  Health problems forced the Browns to sell both theaters and the Little Brown closed in 2005.  After a six year absence, the Little Brown Theatre reopened in a new location on 28 October 2011.   The 50-seat black box theater uses minimal sets and the seating area is flexible to accommodate different shows.

 
 
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The theater has four ticket windows, with three entrance doors on either side.

Photographer: Grant Smith
Date: 14 May 2011

Syracuse Stadium 6 Theatres
(Syracuse 6)
 
2428 West Antelope Drive
Syracuse, Utah 84075
(801) 773-2254
info@syracuse6.com
http://www.syracuse6.com/
 
Status:
Open 
Auditoriums:
Open:
22 May 2008  
Architect:
Dixon & Associates 
 

The Syracuse Stadium 6 Theatres opened on 22 May 2008,[1] featuring wall-to-wall screens, state-of-the-art digital sound systems, rocking love seats, and stadium seating.[2]  Two auditoriums are large “premiere” theaters, seating 400 to 500.[3]  The theater complex is owned by Syracuse Stadium Cinemas, LLC.[4]

On 19 July 2007,[1] Hawes Brubaker Neider LLC broke ground for the 10-acre development.  In addition to the six-screen cinema, the project includes 14,000 square feet of in-line retail space, three 5,000 square foot pad sites for either retailers or restaurants, a 15,000 square foot mid-box retail building, and two 20,000-square-foot office buildings.  Crawford Construction of Logan, general contractor, began work on the theater in November 2007.[3]


1.
“Syracuse, Utah”, Wikipedia, September 2009
2.
“Syracuse 6”, www,syracuse6.com, September 2009
3. “Ground broken for cinema, retail project in Syracuse City”, The Enterprise, 29 October 2007
4.
“Search Inspections: Restaurants“, The Official Website of Davis County, Utah, September 2009