Santa Claus came to town Dec. 2 at the Lyceum Theatre in Gull Lake. For more than twenty years, the theatre has hosted an annual Santa Day for members of the community and surrounding area. The small yet nicely renovated theatre has been in operation since 1912.
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The Lyceum Theatre held a double feature movie on Friday, October 13th, 2017. The movie, “It” was the first feature movie and Devon Oman of Dead Prairie Productions sponsored the second classic feature movie, “Friday the 13th.” The line up for the double feature was long, and all the seats were sold out. Theatre patrons were greeted by a friendly clown and some VIP’s arrived to see the movie in a hearse.
The funds raised from Friday the 13th movie totaled $1,500.00 and Devon generously donated the proceeds back to the theatre. Manager Wendy Kline worked with Devon to set up the double feature says, “we can’t thank Devon enough for his generosity, his support, and encouragement towards Lyceum Theatre.”
The Lyceum Theatre is a non-for profit theatre and relies on donations to help fund theatre upgrades. The Lyceum Theatre Board joins Wendy in thanking Devon for his generous donation and support of our theatre.
Gull Lake Lyceum Theatre Board and Staff
The Gull Lake Lyceum Theatre recently received much-needed renovations in the concession area. Earlier this year, Wendy Klein and Paul Overing kindly volunteered to paint the interior walls. The board also decided to authorize the replacement of the old worn carpet with new carpet tile and install tile on the front of the concession.
The carpet and concession tile installation completed last week gives the area a brand-new look.
The total cost of the renovations was $8,700.00. We sincerely thank all of our dedicated volunteers and generous donors. Without your help, significant improvements like this would not be possible.
Gull Lake Lyceum Theatre Board.