West Coast Theatre 1910/24
Formerly known as the Walkers Orange Country Theatre, it is now called the West Coast Theatre. It caters now as a church to the Latino’s in this area with Spanish speaking services. If you wonder around here, you’ll immediately know why……LOL!
Before it was a theatre in 1910, it was the Blue Front Livery Stable. It didn’t become a theatre till in 1924 when Carl Boller designed it. It was their 100th theatre designed by his and his brothers firm. It opened its doors in 1924 with a seating capacity of 800 seats on the main floor and 55 loges, and 500 in the balcony area. It use to feature 3000 lights in the marquee that was capable of adding color. It had an organ from the Rudolph Wurlitzer Company. Don’t know if it is still there. The marquee has seen many changes over the years, but the building itself still possesses the lovely Spanish Renaissance ornate design
308 N. Main Street Santa Ana, Ca 92701