New Macon Theatre
16 E. Main Street,
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Architects: Norman F. Stambaugh
Previous Names: Macon Theatre
The Macon Theatre opened February 2, 1929 with seating for 200. It was demolished in 1939.
It was replaced by the 650-seat New Macon Theatre which opened January 28, 1940. By 1950 it was operated by Affiliated Theaters, a subsidiary of McLendon Theatres. By 1955 it was operated by CO-AT-CO Theatres, followed by the Dixie Amusement Company in 1961, and finally by the Fred McLendon Circuit. The Macon Theatre was closed in the early to mid-1980’s.
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