Nov 04, 2019 — The Adirondack State Theater in Tupper Lake is cozy. It’s
got two screens, one on each floor. From the lobby, you can hear the faint
thuds and crashes of an action movie playing downstairs.
The theater opened in 1914, showing silent films and vaudeville theater. It
still has one of those vintage, 1930s-era marquees out front. That’s
because Sally Strasser, who bought the cinema in 2004, has a “thing” for
old movie theaters.