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Nick Pawlow and Happy Goldsplatt

The last in this series of Faces belongs to Academy Award winning producer and Lansdowne resident David Goodman. David’s film, Witness to War: Dr. Charlie Clements received an Oscar as the Best Documentary, Short Subjects in 1985. David’s love of cinema began at The Lansdowne where he attended his first movie.

Please join David in supporting the effort to restore and reopen The Lansdowne by making a tax-deductible contribution today.

Let us know why you think you should be a Face of The Lansdowne in the next series of photos scheduled for the spring of 2011. Email us at info@LansdowneTheater.org.

Special thanks to the News of Delaware County which has donated ad space to run the Faces campaign.

Lansdowne Theater Benefit is a huge success!

Over 1,000 theater patrons packed the Lansdowne Theater on Saturday April 17, 2010 to see Straight No Chaser perform in the first public performance in the building since 1987. Thanks to everyone who attended.

Straight No Chaser

Now comes the hard part — please support the campaign to restore and permanently reopen the theater. Tax-deductible contributions may be sent to the Historic Lansdowne Theater Corporation at 31 North Lansdowne Avenue Lansdowne, PA 19050. Donations can be made through this website by clicking on the Donate button. Please join us in this important project!


See what the Inquirer says about The Lansdowne.