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Our main goal is reconstructing the Warner Brothers' first permanent theatre, a nickelodeon called The Cascade, as a permanent exhibit in our facility. We believe it has great historical importance and could be used in the community, both educationally and recreationally. We hope to include a display showing the history of film-making with a collection of early equipment to present day. This project would also boost tourism in our area and hopefully bring more business downtown. For these reasons we endeavor to make this project a reality.
We need your help! Over the years we have lost most of our industrial jobs due to the economy. We have gone through a period of attrition over the last 50 years or so and have become a part of the rust
bucket of towns between Chicago and Pittsburgh. We have begun to bounce back slowly. This rebuild of the Historic Warner Cascade Theatre would help preserve New Castle's place in history, provide the
area a long-lasting legacy to the Warner Family, and bring visitors to the city through tourism. It would create some much-needed jobs within the city and the surrounding area. It will also provide
educational opportunities for future film makers and help grow the economy of the area. We are asking Hollywood personalities to help in making this a reality as well. We have secured matching
funds from the county if we can reach our KickStarter goal in the short time we have left. February 1st is the deadline for our campaign on KickStarter. Please consider helping us to reach our
pledged goal of $23,128 .
This building is the site of the proposed Historic Warner Cascade Theatre. The floor plans are complete and we just need to aquire the funding to complete the build out.
The Warner Cascade Theatre, The Warner Picture Palace Theatre and The Warner Film Center at the Cascade Theatre, Inc. is an independent tribute and re-creation of the Warner Brothers' first motion picture theatre, a recognized historic site located in New Castle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, USA. It is not sponsored, affiliated or otherwise associated with Warner Brothers Studios or it's affiliates, Los Angeles, California.