Fort Plain Theatre
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Previously operated by: Smalley's Theaters Inc.
Previous Names: Mohawk Valley Theatre, Smalley's Fort Plain Theatre, Smalley's Theatre
The Fort Plain Theatre was opened on November 27, 1911 as a legitimate theatre and vaudeville house. The opening production was the play “A Gentleman of Leisure” staring Cyril Scott. By 1914 movies were also being screened. It was renamed Mohawk Valley Theatre and was taken over by the Smalley circuit in 1922 and became Smalley’s Fort Plain Theatre. By 1941 it was Smalley’s Theatre.
Smalley’s Theatre was still open in 1957, but was soon renamed the Fort Plain Theatre (again) when it closed in 1964. It was demolished in 1965.
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