Thomas Lamb Theaters

Theaters are an important part of every town or city across America. A source of entertainment and education, they bring people together and strengthen communities. Our work over the past four decades has brought us to hundreds of theaters across the country. Many of these theaters are attributed to the most iconic designers and architects, including Thomas W. Lamb.

Lamb was an American architect best known for his design of Vaudeville theaters and movie houses of the 1910s and 1920s. He worked closely with Fox and Loew’s theater chains. His designs were integral in setting the standard for the large, lavish movie palaces of the time. Lamb has hundreds of theaters to his credit, 48 of them in New York alone.

Our portfolio includes several of Thomas W. Lamb’s early 20th century relics, allowing us to return them to their original awe-inspiring splendor. We invite you to browse our brochure highlighting some of the most notable theaters we have revitalized to date.