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From the historic Paris Theater to the newest addition to the Museum of the Moving Image, New York is full is interesting independent movie theaters
Central Synagogue, Yeshiva University, Village East Cinema, Eldridge Street Synagogue, and New York City Center display a Moorish architectural revival style.
The nondescript facade of the Village East Theater conceals one of New York City's great hidden gems. The theater began as the Yiddish Art Theater, designed by Louis Jaffe and could seat 1,265 persons. Charlie Chaplin, George Gershwin and Albert Einstein have passed through its doors. The interior is in the Moorish Revival style with gilded ceilings, etched stonework, vibrant blue and red paints, and an elaborate chandelier. The lobby has a row of vintage decorative entranceways, a double staircase and gilded coffered ceilings.