18 W. Center Street,
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Previously operated by: Intermountain Theatres
Functions: Live Theatre
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Roxy Theatre
News About This Theater
- Aug 1, 2011 — Director hopes to re-open Utah Theatre late this fall
Opened as the Roxy Theatre on September 2, 1935 (Labor Day). From 1936 to 1955 it was operated by Intermountain Theatres. In 1956 it was renamed Utah Theatre.
The Utah Theatre is very well preserved, and is a wonderful little theatre to visit. The colorful marquee is kept in perfect condition and the original ticket box is still in use as well as the original concession area.
The lobby is quite shallow. The theatre does have a balcony that is always open. In the booth is a Simplex X-L projector with Ultra Stereo Processor and DTS 6D Digital playback processor.
In 2005, the Utah Theatre ceased being a first run movie theatre and was used for live performances, with ocassional classic films screened. It was closed in late-2007 for renovation work to be carried out. It reopened in the fall of 2011.
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