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Broadway Center for the Peforming Arts (Official)
Architects: Roland Borhek
Functions: Live Performances
The Rialto Theater opened September 7, 1918 with Lily & Dorothy Gish in “Hearts of the World”. The original architect was Roland Borhek. When the Rialto Theater opened it had a Wurlizer 3/15 Style 35 Special installed. The organ was sold and removed in 1945.
Around 1990 a nonprofit organization with funding from the City of Tacoma and its City Council, bought the theater and remodeled it. The organization is called the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts. The Rialto Theater is now used for live performances.
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