The Eastown Theater in Detroit was first opened in 1931 as a movie cinema and later transformed itself into one of the premiere rock venues in 1969.
Now, the theater is in complete ruins. The seats have been pulled out and stripped of all metal. The discarded seat cushions sit in a massive rotting pile strewn next to mattresses that appeared to be home for many at some point.
Much thanks goes to Detroit Liger for shining a flashlight down from the balcony level to make the red seat pop a bit. This shot was truly a team effort.
This is the forth shot in my Project: Detroit series.