Built in 1974, the Sacramento Community Center Theater was constructed during the short-lived and now largely maligned architectural movement known as Brutalism – named for the “brutal” façades comprising the movement’s signature gray concrete walls.
Built in 1974, the Sacramento Community Center Theater was constructed during the short-lived and now largely maligned architectural movement known as Brutalism – named for the “brutal” façades comprising the movement’s signature gray concrete walls. Rob Turner Special to The Bee
Built in 1974, the Sacramento Community Center Theater was constructed during the short-lived and now largely maligned architectural movement known as Brutalism – named for the “brutal” façades comprising the movement’s signature gray concrete walls. Rob Turner Special to The Bee

Toss out plans to refurbish Community Center Theater

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