January 4, 6:45 PM
Join us for a soiree celebrating the new chairs!
The new chairs are in and we are ready to celebrate. Don your finest, tiaras and all, as we open the doors to the Kenworthy Theater! We will raise a glass to the start of a new year, a new decade, and new chairs. Followed by a screening of the classic Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Come raise a glass in a splendid toast celebrating this transformation.
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A SPECIAL NOTE ON THE DATE
January 4th, 1926 marks the first day that Milburn Kenworthy opened the doors of the Kenworthy. We are thrilled to re-open on this historically important day and honor Milburn and his family.
From the National Register of Historic Places
“The Kenworthy, established in 1926, was Moscow’s first large, elaborate theater, and the first to show talking pictures. The Kenworthy has been an integral part of the social life of Moscow since 1926….
When the doors opened at 6:45 PM on January 4, 1926, Moscow residents and University of Idaho students in attendance entered a carpeted foyer with a fireplace and electric fountain….
Two days after the theater opening, the Moscow Chamber of Commerce commended Milburn Kenworthy “for his enterprise in constructing a new playhouse for Moscow.”7 The building was a combination house; motion pictures made up most of the presentations at the Kenworthy, but live performances did utilize the spacious stage from time to time.”
About Breakfast At Tiffany’s
A lonely, struggling writer becomes enchanted with his neighbor: an independent young woman who strives to be a high-climbing socialite with a penchance for high-fashion and wild parties. But, soon he uncovers the vulnerability she has at heart.