111 E. 3rd Street,
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Previously operated by: Rodgers Theatres
Architects: M.E. Worcester
Previous Names: Exchange Theatre, Liberty Theatre
The Exchange Theatre was opened October 16, 1916 with Lilian Gish in “"Sold for Marriage”. It was renamed Liberty Theatre on March 1, 1918 and had 600 seats. It was renamed Rodgers Theatre on November 1, 1917, still with a 600-seat capacity. It closed on January 29, 1956 with Ray Milland in “A Man Alone”. The seating capacity had been increased to 798. The building is in use as the University of Missouri Extension today.
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