Documenting the American South


Going to the Show

New Piedmont Theatre

10 S. Union, Concord, North Carolina

Dates of Operation 4/1918* - 1929*
Performance Types movies
Racial Policy
Descriptionadmission price: 15 and 25 cents. managers stewart and isenhour voluntarily close the Piedmont for a brief period of time in 1920 due to the outbreak of influenza.
NotesFormerly the Theatorium; changed venues in 1918
Building Notes
Associated Persons
Isenhour, Charles M. proprietor
Associated Organizations

Newspaper Clippings

  1. The New Moving Picture Show Theatre - New Piedmont Theatre - name change
    Concord Times - 4/18/1918
    Tags: drugstore; manager; renovation
  2. Pastime Theatre - Ad - The Official War Review
    Concord Daily Tribune - 7/26/1918
    Tags: actualities; serials; WWI
  3. Piedmont Theatre Today
    Concord Daily Tribune - 1/6/1920
    Tags: feature film; film title
  4. Moving Picture Theatres Closed Here Temporarily - Pastime Theatre, New Piedmont Theatre - influenza
    Concord Times - 2/5/1920
    Tags: influenza; manager
  5. Who's Who in Movies For Concord? - New Piedmont Theatre - local films
    Concord Times - 4/19/1920
    Tags: company; local films; manager; promotions
  6. Piedmont Theatre Wednesday and Thursday
    Concord Daily Tribune - 7/19/1920
    Tags: feature film; film title; music
  7. Are You Fit to Marry?
    Concord Daily Tribune - 8/3/1920
    Tags: children; men only screenings; morality; women only screening
  8. Speaker at Piedmont Theatre
    Concord Daily Tribune - 9/24/1921
    Tags: actualities; traveling exhibitor
  9. Birth of a Nation
    Concord Daily Tribune - 10/29/1921
    Tags: birth of a nation; feature film; film title
  10. Birth of a Nation
    Concord Daily Tribune - 11/1/1921
    Tags: admission price; birth of a nation; feature film; film title; hours of operation
  11. At the Theatres
    Concord Daily Tribune - 6/23/1922
    Tags: film title; renovation