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Emmaus Theatre is among about a dozen Southeastern Pennsylvania theaters built in the early 1900's that are still active. Opened in 1909, Emmaus Theatre has given community members the chance to pay for special personalized messages on what they've dubbed the Emmaus Theatre Community Marquee as a way to raise money during the COVID-19 pandemic which has seen a dramatic halting in business for the local theater in Emmaus, Pennsylvania. Emmaus Theatre is among about a dozen Southeastern Pennsylvania theaters built in the early 1900's that are still active. Opened in 1909, Emmaus Theatre has given community members the chance to pay for special personalized messages on what they've dubbed the Emmaus Theatre Community Marquee as a way to raise money during the COVID-19 pandemic which has seen a dramatic halting in business for the local theater in Emmaus, Pennsylvania.
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Emmaus Theatre is among about a dozen Southeastern Pennsylvania theaters built in the early 1900's that are still active. Opened in 1909, Emmaus Theatre has given community members the chance to pay for special personalized messages on what they've dubbed the Emmaus Theatre Community Marquee as a way to raise money during the COVID-19 pandemic which has seen a dramatic halting in business for the local theater in Emmaus, Pennsylvania. Emmaus Theatre is among about a dozen Southeastern Pennsylvania theaters built in the early 1900's that are still active. Opened in 1909, Emmaus Theatre has given community members the chance to pay for special personalized messages on what they've dubbed the Emmaus Theatre Community Marquee as a way to raise money during the COVID-19 pandemic which has seen a dramatic halting in business for the local theater in Emmaus, Pennsylvania.