Thursday, December 15, 2011

Midland Theater

The Midland Theater was designed by Thomas W. Lamb in 1927 for $4 million.  This building was placed on the National Registry of Historical Places in 1977.  It has had many venues in it's life, movie theater, stage shows, bowling venue and now concerts and live events.  This building is part of the Power and Lights District in downtown Kansas City.

9 comments:

cieldequimper said...

Fabulous!!! I love this 20s-30s architecture, I'm so glad it's still 'living'!!

Tanya said...

beautiful architecture and i just adore that sign!

Sharon said...

What a gorgeous building! That window is just stunning.

Teresa said...

Wow it looks like the window to a cathedral!

RedPat said...

Love the building and especially the window!

alex said...

beautiful. so glad it's survived all these years.

Halcyon said...

Very fancy!

Randy said...

That is just so beautiful!

Lynette said...

Glorious. Thank you!