The Stuart Theater was the cheapest movie theater in Boston in the 1970's. Where other theaters were charing about $5.00, the Stuart Theater was charing fifty cents.
This theater was very popular to some parts of the gay community.
As I have met many wonderful people there, I have highlighted this engraving with the warmest colors of my LED collection.
The Stuart Theater was in a very dirty ugly building. I have taken enormous artistic liberty in performing this glass engraving, which is part of a diorama mounted on the frame of my bicycle.
Unfortunatly, the Stuart Theater never did host the Student Homophile League's presentation of The Front Runner.
I em entitled to my fantasies in this glass (not acrylic) engraving, which is about three inches square.