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Victory Theatre (Official)
Previously operated by: Loew's Inc.
Architects: John Edmund Oldaker Pridmore
Functions: Performing Arts
Previous Names: Loew's Victory Theatre
News About This Theater
- Jul 8, 2008 — AAA Magazine article focuses on Midwest theaters
The 2,500-seat Victory Theatre was opened on July 16, 1921, presenting Constance Talmadge in “Wedding Bells” on the screen and High Class Vaudeville on the stage. It was taken over by Loew’s Inc. in 1926, becoming Loew’s Victory Theatre. It operated as a movie theatre until closing in 1971.
It had a short life as a teenage disco/nightclub in the late-1970’s, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. The Victory Theatre was closed in 1992, and was reopened in 1999 following an extensive renovation into a performing arts center.
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