The Legacy Theater at Alhambra is closing its doors this week for good, according to an official statement.
The Legacy Theater is the only theater in California that has been open since 1976, when it opened the theater to show Peter Pan.
The theater was originally built as a theater for theatergoers to go to during the winter, and was converted to a movie house in 1981, but its current lease expired in January, and it was moved to a hotel in Los Angeles, which also is where the Legacy Theater was originally located.
The Alhambras Legacy Theater will now be known as the Alhamba Restaurant and Lounge.
The Legacy also will be sold to a new owner.
The statement said that the Legacy’s lease at the Almont Hotel expired this past March and the theater had not been in a hotel since then.
The theater’s lease for the new owners at the Hilton Garden Inn in L.A. expired at the end of January, the statement said.
The hotel has not yet been named.