Lots of events are held here, mostly requiring an entry fee. We went to the film about the survivors of the Bataan Death March, who then had to go onto the Hell Ships. It was very moving. The film maker and narrator were both there to answer questions. A few family members of the very few survivors of the whole ordeal were there, too. The interior of the theater is nicely restored, as are the lobbies. They have a very nice and adequately sized ladies restroom. I believe that way upstairs are the offices of the Dona Ana Arts Council.
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