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Theatre DeVille

Vacaville, CA

 

Over the years, the 88-year-old Clark Theatre had been used as a cinema and a church, and then closed its doors permanently. The complete renovation of this nearly 10,000 sq. ft., 3-story building began in 2012 when investors contacted Rob Sesar with an ambitious plan to expand the theatre into a more serious entertainment facility—one that would host nationally recognized comedy acts and musical groups and host large private events.

 

This classic, state-of-the-art Art Deco theatre, now called the DeVille , opened it’s doors in January 2014 after a $ 2 million transformation which included:

 

• 28 ft x 34 ft. stage

• State-of-the-art sound, visual and technical

  equipment

• Seating capacity of 620

• Spacious dance floor / dining room

  (made possible by the complete removal of

  first floor seating)

• 5-1/2 bars

• 2 kitchens

• 4 restrooms

• Green Room for entertainers

• Elevator with 5 stops

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Theatre DeVille

Vacaville, CA

 

Over the years, the 88-year-old Clark Theatre had been used as a cinema and a church, and then closed its doors permanently. The complete renovation of this nearly 10,000 sq. ft., 3-story building began in 2012 when investors contacted Rob Sesar with an ambitious plan to expand the theatre into a more serious entertainment facility—one that would host nationally recognized comedy acts and musical groups and host large private events.

 

This classic, state-of-the-art Art Deco theatre, now called the DeVille , opened it’s doors in January 2014 after a $ 2 million transformation which included:

 

• 28 ft x 34 ft. stage

• State-of-the-art sound, visual and technical

  equipment

• Seating capacity of 620

• Spacious dance floor / dining room

  (made possible by the complete removal of

  first floor seating)

• 5-1/2 bars

• 2 kitchens

• 4 restrooms

• Green Room for entertainers

• Elevator with 5 stops

Click on the slide!

Theatre DeVille

Vacaville, CA

 

Over the years, the 88-year-old Clark Theatre had been used as a cinema and a church, and then closed its doors permanently. The complete renovation of this nearly 10,000 sq. ft., 3-story building began in 2012 when investors contacted Rob Sesar with an ambitious plan to expand the theatre into a more serious entertainment facility—one that would host nationally recognized comedy acts and musical groups and host large private events.

 

This classic, state-of-the-art Art Deco theatre, now called the DeVille , opened it’s doors in January 2014 after a $ 2 million transformation which included:

 

• 28 ft x 34 ft. stage

• State-of-the-art sound, visual and technical

  equipment

• Seating capacity of 620

• Spacious dance floor / dining room

  (made possible by the complete removal of

  first floor seating)

• 5-1/2 bars

• 2 kitchens

• 4 restrooms

• Green Room for entertainers

• Elevator with 5 stops

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