The publicity mill for the Bay Theater renovation process keeps grinding away with another article about its progress. This one from the LA Times.
By BEN BRAZIL – In the dimly-lit main room of the Bay Theatre, the bones are exposed, the carpets uprooted, the walls bare. The air is a fusion of dust and aged wood.
This is what Paul Dunlap has always wanted — to resurrect a storied cinema of this caliber.
Dunlap is reviving one of Orange County’s renowned theaters, which entertained from 1947 to 2012. The single-screen theater served as a mainstay of Old Town Seal Beach, showing independent, foreign and classic films.