Greenwood Community Theatre
110 Main Street,
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Architects: Erle G. Stillwell
Functions: Performing Arts
Previous Names: State Theatre, Jerry Lewis Cinema
The State Theatre opened on January 1, 1935 with Francis Lederer in “The Pursuit of Happiness” & Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy in “Going Bye-Bye”. It had a seating capacity of 800. BY 1941 it was operated by H.F. Kincey, a subsidiary of Paramount Pictures Inc. After extensive renovation, photos of which can be seen below, the theatre re-opened as a performing arts center in 2008.
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