Historic Theatres - Theatres are often the most unique and glamorous structures in a downtown district, the marquee itself might be the most recognizable downtown symbol in any town. Beautifully restored historic movie and performing arts theatres add tremendous appeal to historic Main Streets and downtowns throughout America. They bring art, culture, and entertainment to many; add vibrancy to their communities; and are triumphant showcases of preservation and revitalization at work.
Historic theatre buildings are often unique and this should be reflected in the insurance products that protect them. The architectural design, interior décor, and other historic elements need to be covered with valuation that will pay to restore the building after a loss in order to preserve the historic significance and splendor of the theatre for future generations.
Coverages Include: Property on HRC Valuation; Fine Arts including Organ and Chandelier coverage; Personal Property of others; EDP Equipment and Media including sound and lighting equipment; Data Compromise, Malicious Programming and Payment Card Extra Expense; General Liability; Liquor; Special Events; Directors and Officers; Volunteer Coverage; Worker’s Compensation.
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