Through the the support of the City of St. Pete Beach and several members of the Corey Avenue Business Association, the Beach presented Judy at 100, a month-long series of film screenings celebrating the 100th birthday of Judy Garland. The films were held outside at Horan Park, and were free to the public.
The Theatre held a Movie Poster Fundraiser, featuring more than 800 original theatrical movie posters left behind inside the theater, representing 25 years of Beach Theatre programming. All proceeds went towards the ongoing restoration.
Preliminary steps of reconstruction undertaken, including removal of damaged wall and ceiling panels, and repairs to the floor.
Additional contacts made ahead of construction.
The Beach Theatre Community Foundation, Inc., the 501(c)(3) through which the Beach Theatre will operate, was formed.
Shana Nichols named Executive Director, and Joey Hager named Director of Operations & Programming.
Early stages of the remodel carried out, including repairs to the roof, removal of old seats, and initiating the design process.
Official Beach Theatre website and social media accounts made public.
ABC Action News story as part of St. Pete Beach coverage.
Beach Theatre Team built.
Initial clean-up begun.
Taking into consideration hundreds of emails sent from the community, the core team construct a vision for what the theatre would be.
September 15, 2021
August 11, 2021
Chris Scott purchases the theater.
November 18, 2012
The Beach Theatre closes.