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The Broome County Forum Theatre, also known as the Forum, Capri Theatre, and the Broome Center for the Performing Arts, is a historic theater, which is located at Binghamton in Broome County, New York. The theater seats 1,522 with a pit orchestra and 1,553 without one. The building consists of two parts: the main, rectangular theater block completed in 1919 and the primary entrance and lobby area constructed in 1981 (non-contributing). The theater block is constructed of brick and cast stone over a concrete basement. It features a theater pipe organ.

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  • The Broome County Forum Theatre, also known as the Forum, Capri Theatre, and the Broome Center for the Performing Arts, is a historic theater, which is located at Binghamton in Broome County, New York. The theater seats 1,522 with a pit orchestra and 1,553 without one. The building consists of two parts: the main, rectangular theater block completed in 1919 and the primary entrance and lobby area constructed in 1981 (non-contributing). The theater block is constructed of brick and cast stone over a concrete basement. It features a theater pipe organ.
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  • The Broome County Forum Theatre, also known as the Forum, Capri Theatre, and the Broome Center for the Performing Arts, is a historic theater, which is located at Binghamton in Broome County, New York. The theater seats 1,522 with a pit orchestra and 1,553 without one. The building consists of two parts: the main, rectangular theater block completed in 1919 and the primary entrance and lobby area constructed in 1981 (non-contributing). The theater block is constructed of brick and cast stone over a concrete basement. It features a theater pipe organ. The Forum serves as the home performing venue for the Binghamton Philharmonic and the Tri-Cities Opera. The theatre was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.
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  • Brewster, Herbert
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  • Late 19th And 20th Century Revivals
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  • Binghamton Theatre, seen from the southwest across Washington Street. The 1919 construction is in the right foreground; the 1981 addition is to the left.
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