The Colonial Theater in Belfast, Maine opened on April 12, 1912, the same day the Titanic sunk. Fortunately, the Colonial Theater has stayed afloat and is still showing films, both Hollywood and Independent. In 1923, a fire destroyed the original theater however; the theater was rebuilt and opened for business the following year. As with most theaters in those days, it showed a combination of live entertainment and a movie. As Vaudeville died a slow death, the theater evolved into an all movie theater, which it remains today. The theater has three screens, each named after a former Belfast Theater.
I had some fun with this photo and manipulated it a lot. I took this a few months ago and this is what it really looks like.