FIT FOR THE 21ST CENTURY REVITALIZED LOGAN
In partnership with Logan-Hocking School District, Larry Gerstner, Hocking Hills.com, Merchants National Bank (Formerly Citizens Bank of Logan) and other significant donors, we are bringing a community resource back to the heart of downtown Logan.
As the building was originally designed to be a live performance venue, we will be bringing back live acts as well as movies. Musicians, comedians and all performers will be treading the boards again. Just like Roy Rogers and Trigger, and Sammy Davis Jr. did back in the day!
As well as having the Movie Theater and retail stores on Main Street, we have an additional three floors. All will have elevator access, and will be fully ADA accessible. The Hocking County Children's Chorus and the Hocking Hills Dance Academy hold rehearsals and performances on the third floor, and the Logan-Hocking School District will have a base downtown for Digital Academy and community programs. In addition, the School District will be able to offer valuable skills to their students in being part of running the theater.
We will be working on the original projectors which are still in place, and also intend to offer digital projection.
This truly will be a wonderful resource we can all be proud of for now, and in the future. A great event space for movies, live productions, weddings, special events and community gatherings; all in the heart of our downtown.
We need your support
This is happening . The project is estimated to be around $2.8 Million to complete. We have already completed all renovations to the second and third floors and will beginning the lobby and marquee restorations in the next few weeks! The Logan Theater, Inc. is always actively fundraising in the form of grants, partnerships and other revenue streams and need the support of everyone. We appreciate your consideration, large or small. Please consider the campaigns we have launched to help be a part of this wonderful legacy for the community.
Joyce Gerstner Treasuer
Former Board Members:
Dr. John Woltz
LHS Class of 1974 - Jim Robinson, Fred Hawk, John Smart, Mike Summers, Audie Wykle.
Terry Burns (Gyro)
Ski of Athens
John Williamson, American Theatre Equipment Company