106 S. Monroe Street,
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Royal Theatre (Official)
Functions: Live Performances
Previous Names: New Royal Theatre
The Royal Theatre opened in 1932 and seated 392. In its early days the Royal Theatre was one of the only forms of entertainment for the people of the small town of Versailles. Just a small town theatre with an exterior box office, the marquee did not have an attraction panel, just neon diamonds stretched around the length of the marquee. The name ‘Royal’ was in neon on the front of the marquee. The two story front was a blond brick with four columns from the roon to the marquee. A small lobby and two aisles dividing the seating in the auditorium.
The Royal Theatre continued to show movies until the mid-1970’s, it then lay unused until 1981. It was then converted to live performances and is used mostly during the summer months when the area is filled with summer visitors to the lake.
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