1721 Wells Street,
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Chalet Theatre (Official)
Previous Names: Enumclaw Theatre, Liberty Theatre, Roxy Theatre
The Chalet Theatre was built in 1917 and originally served as home to the American Legion. In 1947, it was converted to a movie house. In 1977, Ken Kerr and his brother purchased the theater.
Kerr says the theater was called the Roxy Theatre at some point before he owned it. Another site I found says it was known as the Liberty Theatre at some point.
Kerr has made some changes over the years – modernizing the projection system, adding Dolby surround sound. In 1993, he replaced the original seats, moving the rows farther apart to add more legroom. The theater, which seated 582 when Kerr and his brother bought it, now seats 460.
The theater has a high ceiling and the original tapestries. Kerr pretty much takes care of every aspect of the popular theater. What an asset to fans of old theaters! By summer of 206 it was presenting live performances.
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