Just a remembrance of the Woodland Hills, CA Assembly Hall. I am enclosing a partial copy of a Wikipedia article covering the purchase and subsequent sale of the facility by the JW. I am enclosing the link and please pay attention to the Bold portion of the document.
The 2865-seat facility opened July 6, 1964 with The Sound of Music. The first year saw the theater mount 18 musicals, three comedies, a drama, as well as concerts with a combined audience of over 600,000.
Among the performers who appeared at the Valley Music Theater wereSammy Davis Jr., Johnny Carson, Don Rickles, Woody Allen, Ray Charles,Art Linkletter, Robert Goulet, Mitzi Gaynor, Ike & Tina Turner, Peter, Paul & Mary, B.B. King, Lou Rawls, Three Dog Night, Jim Croce, and the Spiral Starecase. The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, and The Doors appeared there together on February 22, 1967.
By 1966 the theater began to fall on hard times. Over the years, the fare changed from legitimate theater, to rock concerts, to boxing matches, until in 1980 it became a Jehovah's Witness Regional Assembly Hall. By 2004, the church had outgrown the facility and sold the property, which it had bought for $1 million, to the developer JPI for $30 million.