New life for the historic Fremont Theater 

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CLASSIC MURALS Several years ago, local commercial art company Douglas Bouman & Associates spruced-up the Fremont Theater interior murals, which Bouman’s father helped paint originally.
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GRAND DAME Fremont Theater’s soaring marquee is an iconic part of Monterey Street, and looks much like it did when the theater opened on Memorial Day 1942.
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PARTNERS IN RHYME Music industry insiders (front row, left to right) Bruce Howard, JG King, Thomas Cussins, (second row, left to right) Bill Gaines, Taylor Stevens, and Dan Sheehan are The Fremont Entertainment Group, LLC, which now operates the Fremont Theater.
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ART DECO RAMA! The ceiling and wall décor of the Fremont Theater creates a swirly, trippy vibe in the venue.
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LET’S ALL GO TO THE LOBBY The spacious, colorful lobby has room for artists’ merch tables, beer and wine vendors, and its classic snack bar serving up popcorn, candy, sodas, and often Woodstock’s pizza.
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ALL IN THE DETAILS A thorough cleaning and some repainting has revived the majesty of the historic art deco theater.
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Soundcheck at the Fremont Theater.
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Soundcheck at the Fremont Theater.
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Photo By Jayson Mellom
CLASSIC MURALS Several years ago, local commercial art company Douglas Bouman & Associates spruced-up the Fremont Theater interior murals, which Bouman’s father helped paint originally.