2267 First Street,
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Florida Repertory Theatre (Official)
Architects: Roy A. Benjamin
Functions: Performing Arts
News About This Theater
Built in 1915, it served originally as a vaudeville house. It was expanded and reopened in February 5, 1917 as a movie theatre. It was rebuilt in 1938 to the plans of architect Roy Benjamin, reopening December 20, 1938 with Dick Foran in “Heart of the North”.
The Arcade Theatre was eventually converted with a wall dividing the stage to form two screening rooms. By 1989, the theatre had fallen into severe disrepair. In 1991, a benefit starring famed ballet and film star, Mikhail Baryishnikov, raised enough money to completely restore the theatre. It is now host to the Florida Repertory Theatre.
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